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Re: Jib furler is hard to furl since putting up new sail...ideas?

And how do you plan to do that?
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Re: Jib furler is hard to furl since putting up new sail...ideas?

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Originally Posted by NewportNewbie View Post
Have not done much. It's not too bad. Gonna raise the sail about 4 inches. That's should solve the problem.
Just make an 4 inch dyneema strap or loop.
You use this in two ways
1) at the tack of the sail (between furling drum and tack)
2) at the head of the sail (between the head and the top swivel)

Option 2 is the most effective but option 1 can give you better view under the sail.
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