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Question Roller Furler ID? (w/Pic)

Hey Guys,

Hope everyone is having a good start to the boating season. Since the PO of my boat had very little anecdotal info on much of her systems, I'm slowly trying to piece together what exactly I have on board. My question is what type of roller furler system I have. I found a CDI pamphlet with the papers I got at the time of purchase, but the diagram on those don't match the furler. My thought is that perhaps one of her PO's was looking into an upgrade that never made it. I could be wrong. I've attached two pics, they are a little big, but I thought it might be better for detail's sake. Any help would, as always, be appreciated

Ps. The rusty old anchor has been... dealt with...
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It is a CDI.
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I'm pretty sure Knothead is right... since not too many furlers have integrated halyards.
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It is a CDI.
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Thanks guys, time to do some digging!
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CDI Reefer

What you have is a CDI Reefer 1. I just purchased one myself on Craigslist. Not a lot of parts available anymore. Here is CDI page with diagrams. CDI - Reefer System Parts
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Thanks for the info guys, I was able to find what I needed!
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