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Need help with ID on roller furling system

I am looking into a used roller furling system, but it seems that there are no markings on the drum or other components. I believe it to be near 10 years old or so, maybe a little older. Any help would be appreciated. Just even a rough guess at the manufacturer would help, I do not necessarily need a model.




Thanks for any help in advance,

Eric O
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knothead has a spectacular aura about knothead has a spectacular aura about knothead has a spectacular aura about
That's a Hyde Stream Stay.
There are a few other threads here about them.

some version of the Hyde Streamstay One Solid Rod Furling System

Hyde Roller Furling

please help.furling fubar.

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Wow, that was fast. Thank you so much, that is exactly the information I needed.

Eric
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