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Re: Thoughts on ProFurl in-boom furling?

Bruce, the Leisure Furl boom is available. Send me a private message and I will put you in contact with the owner who crews on my race crew.

It is complete sans gooseneck, yachtrod vang and modified mainsail He is willing to part with it for a good price.
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Re: Thoughts on ProFurl in-boom furling?

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Slab reefing is so quick, easy, cheap , and simple, I dont see why anyone would bother to go for a more complex, expensive and potentially trouble prone sytem. I can reef my main in under a minute. Cant see much relevant improvement on that.
I wouldn't swap my StacPac and batcars for any form of furler.
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