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There is another thread on Furlers and I posted information on the Alado Furler there. I highly recommend them.
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I use "Kiwislides[" in my adapted clapped-out ancient Furlex because that means that the sails remain captive in the foil when changing up or down - highly desirable - especially if you are 1gle handed. The only snag is, in a worn foil the slides get stuck if there is any rotational play between foil sections where they join. That's what's happening in my case. It's worked really well until now but I'm looking for a replacement and would not hesitate to go to Reefrite - except for the fact that I'm a penniless pensioner struggling to stay afloat and Rr cost .
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