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Please help me identify this furler. I need to replace the halyard. There is a slug on the end of the halyard, with no way to simply replace the rope.

Any thoughts on who make it?

I think the name may include "cruisers" or "cruising".

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Cruisers direct inc?
Flexible luff with internal halyard? Works but not great?
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Re: help me identify this

A CDI Flexible Furler... that is the 'internal' halyard. Not sure of the purpose of the slug, but it can't be too hard to cut away and reinstall if necessary.

http://www.sailcdi.com/sailpdf/FF1%20manual%206_12.pdf

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I like my CDI furler. Easy to install yourself (I've done it 3 times)
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A CDI Flexible Furler... that is the 'internal' halyard. Not sure of the purpose of the slug, but it can't be too hard to cut away and reinstall if necessary.

http://www.sailcdi.com/sailpdf/FF1%20manual%206_12.pdf
The slug keeps the line inside the foil. Not enough room for a knot.
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