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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-01-2010 08:16 PM
ariasis1
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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.
07-31-2010 06:28 AM
ariasis1 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.
07-30-2010 10:52 AM
knothead
Quote:
Originally Posted by ariasis1 View Post
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.
07-29-2010 08:40 PM
ariasis1
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.
06-18-2010 12:41 PM
pegasus1457 Thanks!
06-18-2010 11:56 AM
knothead
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Knothead --
The attachments are no longer visible on the sailnet server
I assume these were the digital photos of the Hyde manual ?
Could you post them again or PM them to me?

Thanks

Here they are.

















06-18-2010 11:37 AM
pegasus1457
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Edit: here's a thread on the same subject.

please help.furling fubar. - SailNet Community
Knothead --
The attachments are no longer visible on the sailnet server
I assume these were the digital photos of the Hyde manual ?
Could you post them again or PM them to me?

Thanks
06-18-2010 11:08 AM
knothead
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Originally Posted by pegasus1457 View Post
Does anyone know how to lubricate the Hyde roller furling system? Grease, oil, dry lubricant? Where does it go?

I didn't find any answers on the RigRite.com web site.

Thanks for any help
The Hyde Stream Stay has sealed bearings in the swivel and depending on size, two or three stacked bearings in each end of the foil. They should all be packed with a heavy grease.
The system has to be dropped and completely disassembled in order to service the bearings. This should be done every season or two at the minimum.


Edit: here's a thread on the same subject.

please help.furling fubar. - SailNet Community
06-18-2010 10:55 AM
pegasus1457
Lubrication requirements for Hyde furlers?

Does anyone know how to lubricate the Hyde roller furling system? Grease, oil, dry lubricant? Where does it go?

I didn't find any answers on the RigRite.com web site.

Thanks for any help
04-18-2004 04:55 PM
asailor
Hyde Roller Furling

John- you''ve made my day, thx!
-Greg
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