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I think it's a MKII and needs a torque tube. How do I get a part like that? Direct from Harken or do retailers stock parts for older units like that?
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For the torque tube go direct with Harken... Call 262-691-3320 - they have a couple of GREAT furler guys who will walk you through exactly what you need and get you the part quickly. It's a great company to deal with.

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For the torque tube go direct with Harken... Call 262-691-3320 - they have a couple of GREAT furler guys who will walk you through exactly what you need and get you the part quickly. It's a great company to deal with.
Thanks for the tip. I'm going over again this weekend and I'll get the model information. I should get pics for the detail too. The digital cameras these days are amazing. Take a hi res pic and zoom in and it's like you're looking into a microscope.
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I'm sorry, but it just struck me that "harken furler" sounds like something the Swedish Chef from the Muppet Show might have said.

Carry on.

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I'm sorry, but it just struck me that "harken furler" sounds like something the Swedish Chef from the Muppet Show might have said.

Carry on.

Again, my apologies.

How 'bout "Harken furler torque tube"?

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