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Old 03-27-2007
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Originally Posted by Idiens
But halyard wire wrap is one of the common causes of a jammed furler...
I'm not quite sure if this was a timing issue or who or which post this refers to. If it is 'wire' in particular my answer is - get rid of it - as it serves no purpose that the current breed of low stretch lines can't do better. Again I'm not saying to do it as I did without changing the sheaves but between Meat Hooks and Kinking... just make it go away......
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