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Needed: Harken Mk III Furler Drum

The boat I recently purchased has all the components of a Harken Mk III Roller Furling setup with the exception of the drum. Does anyone have one they'd be willing to part with? Does anyone have any other recommendations on finding a suitable replacement part?

I'm too close to having functional roller reefing for buying a whole new kit to be the only option.

Thanks in advance!
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First - Search the boat! Might be stowed somewhere you had not thought of!

Second - Track down the previous owner; ask for it. If he does not have it ask where it went or if it was lost. Might need to track down the 2'nd PO for it.

Third - Try minneysyachtsurplus.com; tell them the exact model you are looking for MK-III - Unit (?)

Last Resort - Contact Harken USA for a replacement drum. They should have one in their spares you could buy; but it will likely be at full retail.
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