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Continous line roller furler

Purchased this used for my Hughes 35 any idea who the manufacturer is?

there are no marking on it and apparently it came off a 36 foot catamaran

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cant upload picture wont let me for some reason but it has a black tag with a side picture of the sails of a ketch on it......head sail main sail and missen?

anyone have a clue who makes it
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Re: Continous line roller furler

Do a 'google image' search for 'continuous line furling systems' and see if anything looks familiar..

Not that many manufacturers of this stuff and the logo doesn't sound familiar. You'll be able to post pics once you get more posts, using a hosting site like Photobucket works best.
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Re: Continous line roller furler

found my answer its a UK company called sailspar I got lucky with what lettering was left on the drum. don't know if its compatible or if I have all the parts but will soon see, apparently they are very good units!
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Re: Continous line roller furler

Typically you can't reef with such units. It isn't clear from your posts if that is a concern or not for how you will be using it.
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Re: Continous line roller furler

I have such a line on my own helms 27 and can be reefed easily.
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Re: Continous line roller furler

Have reefed in winds up to 50 kts with my old Cruising Design
continuous line furler.
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