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1976, looking for advice on a model I should look into? Dont want to break the bank. Limited weekend cruisier. Hubb
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1976, looking for advice on a model I should look into? Dont want to break the bank. Limited weekend cruisier. Hubb
CDI is probably going to be the least expensive furler that's commonly seen, though there might be some others.

I installed a Profurl on my Catalina 36 after researching all the options. Nearly every rigger I contacted quoted Profurl and it was the lowest cost option for my boat. It lacks some of the bells and whistles of the Harken MK VI's, but is proving to be more than adequate for my needs. I added a racheting block in the furling line set up which greatly simplifies reefing or furling even with the sail loaded.
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Or Alado.

Here's a link ALADO - Furler and Roller - main page
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