Joe, found it, thanks to Heather at Triak. Enter the web site www.triaking.com when it comes on there is a "column" on the right hand side, click on Mk 1 Triaks and the info should come up. If i were you i would make two paper copies of each page of the instructions like i did, but i can only find one set. Try your hardest to get the sails on as soon as possible, summer is short.Of course you know the problem with the weight of the sail on the top of the boat, thats why i put on a Kayaksailor rig on my first Triak, so i could put sails on fairly quickly at the water.
Joe. I have "paper copies" of the instructions to mount the sail on the previous Triak. Probably the easiest way for me to let you have copies is to photograph each page and post them on this site. Providing Triak say it,s ok. I will contact Triak.
Joe, I have been off the site for some time, now that the winter has set in i was wondering if you managed to sort out the sail on the Triak. I used the new design quite a lot last summer and found that a single blade paddle was best so there is no fouling on the sail.
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Joe, no doubt you will have a good day on Sunday, Birthdays i like to forget them i now never know when it,s my last. Yes the problem i found with the "old" Triak was the weight, (thats why i took the sail off and put on a Kayaksailor sail) and when you lift it at one end it tries to turn over, this is not only a Triak problem, anything with a weight on top will do the same. So the Kayaksailor sail is put on at the lake side which is what Triak do now with there new boat which i should try and aquire for next year. Now the Triak is in Toronto they might want the original sail on Which is one reason for chasing Triak to have the rigging instructions made available for the old boat. If you are not sure how to see the instructions go onto the Triak web site and at the botton in small print is the Triak blog, click on it and you will see all the 10 pages of instructions.
Joe, did you see that i have been able to get Triak to put the rigging details on their web site for the Triaks that we have, although mine is now in a boat house on the shore of Lake Ontario, a two day drive away. As i still have the sails my son in law will be able to put them on.