Thanks for all the help Cork Guy. I have the system pretty much figured out.
I am going with a slightly modified version of this tiger config:
I have extra jib cars for the 20, that I will mount the spinnaker sheets to. No forward blocks for now...
Tack will go through a swivel cleat on the front crossbar. Only question that still remains is, does this line just sit on top of the tramp? or do people run it somewhere else?
I am using the SNU system for the halyard. cleat on the mast, stand up blocks on starboard and port front cross bar (so no holes through tramp). halyard with run from port crossbar down and through snuffer. For the turning block (is that what the ring/block on the shock cord is called?), any advantage for using a block or a ring? I was planning on using a block.
I am also using SNUs instructions for the halyard block/bail. 60" down through the sail track, eyelet at top of mast.
So the only block on the pole will be at the tip of my 11'-6" pole. then and eyelet in the middle right on the forestay for tying the pole. I plan for all my pole bridles to be amsteel.
I am looking to see if a hobie dealer can supply me with the pole attachment hardware for the front crossbeam. Otherwise I and fabricate one myself or find an OTS part that would work. Just need the part that connect to the crossbar.
I sail out of Spring Lake beach. http://www.fleet944.com
first boat to get a spinnaker so thats why i am bothering you guys instead of the fleet haha.