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post #21 of Old 01-17-2013
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Re: Furler recommendation?

I thought of something else before hitting the sack here......11pm on the left coast of is tomorrow shaping up?...........the luff has twin grooves does it not? no use having a removable drum with out the ability to draft the new with old sail going up and down etc!

Now that I am rereading, I believe I have heard of Furlex, but not as popular as harken or lewar among other furlers local. Profurl may have some sales.......I have a feeling, you and I would go after the same basic what we want out of a of these days I may get one..........


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