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post #5 of Old 07-10-2010
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Originally Posted by sailingdog View Post
However, IIRC, the only maintenance the Harken units require is being rinsed occasionally with fresh water.
On the Harken furler on my 36, they call for period rinsing with soapy water, followed by fresh water. However, as the top swivel is away from dust and dirt, the normal rain we have hear does a pretty job of rinsing the top swivel. If it isn't hanging up, I'd leave it alone.

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