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Re: some version of the Hyde Streamstay One Solid Rod Furling System

sony2000--- are you knothead??
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Re: some version of the Hyde Streamstay One Solid Rod Furling System

Rick... Knothead is in Florida, Sony is in Montreal, so no, they are not the same.

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Re: some version of the Hyde Streamstay One Solid Rod Furling System

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I finally freed up mine in place. Only lower was stiff. Remove the allan bolts inside spool. Raise spool. Tapping, oiled, or caned heat to help it. Then you can work in some lube on the bearing case, without lowering the foil.
Sony I am interested in lubricating a Hyde without dropping. Any chance you took pictures of the process or can say more about how you did this?
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Re: some version of the Hyde Streamstay One Solid Rod Furling System

rbyham, your furler looks to be a younger generation than mine. The freeing up didn't last long and I ended up removing it completely. Inside the bearings had fallen out of their casings. There was little grease left.
Allan keys removed bolts holding the drum, and became independent of the foil.
The jib halyard attached to bow to support the mast.
Undo the furler from the bow and let it rest in a rowboat beside the sailboat.
Open the holder of the bearings (2), and clean out.
Replace the bearings with your fingers, and grease.
Bearings are a basic stock SKFs at $6 each. I can look for the numbers, but is yours the same?
I don't know.
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Re: some version of the Hyde Streamstay One Solid Rod Furling System

Thanks Sony. I looked into the furlers (jib and main) today after reading this thread. It sounds like these furlers can create problems but as i tested mine today they seem to turm very easily and smoothly. So maybe I am ok for now but need to be prepared to rebuild in the future. I realize they are considered old technology but on I tend to really enjoy keeping older stuff working well so long as it is not unsafe. So for now I will just use and monitor... thanks.
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