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Furlex & Hood Seafurl 2535 Disassembly

Hi Folks,
I have 2 Furlers that I wouldliketo take apart for transport and do not know how to disassemble them. I tried to take the drum off the Furlex and managed to lose ball bearings. This leads me to this forum and advice from anyone that has experience with either of these 2 Furlers. The Furlex has the number 539-008 on the drum. The Hood is a seafurl 2535 .These were given to me by someone with a larger boat, and I plan on adapting one for a C&C 25 MK1. Any direction or where I could scan a manual for either would be greatly appreciated.
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Did you search for the manuals on-line? Here is the Selden (Furlex) URL
Furlex

You don't mention the model, nonetheless they are all there.
Ball bearings on deck probably means you have over achieved in disassembly.

I've got to believe there is something out there for Hood as well.
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