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Hyde system

I have a Hyde system ... well I have the solid foil of a hyde system on my boat but it is missing the drum and halyard swivel. The system seems to turn easily and I was wondering has any one refitted this system with a different brand drum or swivel. For the rig rite cost I can replace the whole system with a Harken.
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I have a Hyde system ... well I have the solid foil of a hyde system on my boat but it is missing the drum and halyard swivel. The system seems to turn easily and I was wondering has any one refitted this system with a different brand drum or swivel. For the rig rite cost I can replace the whole system with a Harken.
If the foil is round, it's a Hyde Streamstay. There was another type made by Stearns that has a flat extrusion.

Take some measurements of the foil. There's a good chance that I have a drum and swivel.
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knothead thanks I'll get down and measure it later today. I pretty sure it is flat. The previous boat owner raced and the foil is the double sided foil so they could do on the fly sail changes.
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Knothead I think you are right on and it is the Stern system #8. The Rod with is 1/2 inch.
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