Cables without crimping.
Home Depot(mine does anyway) sells stainless steel eyes that are designed to be installed in the cable ends. They have a nut that fits over the outside of the cable, tightens with an ordinaary end wrench, and compesses it into a cone inside the eye fitting, just like a plumbing compression fitting. I used them on my 17' Funmaker when I resrtung mine in 2009, and I haven't had a problem with them since. Cheap, Quality Fix. I spent less than $100, spent about 3 hours on my back by the time I got the cables adjusted just right, and saved several hundred bucks!!
Just be sure to buy High Stength or Aircraft cable. It has smaller but many more wires in it so it has a lot higher breaking strength-you'll need it-the cables have a LOT of tension on them. I'm not sure but it may be made from higher tension steel also. Get the strongest cable you can find in the same diameter as your originals. Also, be sure to get eyes the same size as possible to the bolt that ties the cable to the frame. Don't buy oversize eyes thinking they are stronger, well they are stronger, but if the hole has excessive play the result will be excessive wear in the eye and the bolt too, neccesitating early replacement of both.