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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-08-2001 05:54 PM
ronbrockman
Roller furling

Is there a preformace advantage to a main sail with full length battens over a main with a 2+2 batten setup?
10-08-2001 04:05 AM
TimG2
Roller furling

I have a Profurl on a Catalina 22. Seems to work good,but only had boat for 2 weeks. The upper track appears to have slid up a few inches, and sail looks like it''s coming out of groove. Do you install each section butted up to each other, and how do you secure them?
Thanks...Tim
10-04-2001 03:28 PM
pelen
Roller furling

We put a Profurl on our 28 Sea Sprite 5 years ago. It was easy to install and works wonderfully, even when the wind pipes up.
What make did you put on your boat?
10-04-2001 10:19 AM
clayton
Roller furling

The furling line should be wound on the drum BEFORE you roll up your headsail. I''ll bet you have just the oposite ?
10-04-2001 10:04 AM
walt123
Roller furling

what type of furler is it?
10-03-2001 10:28 PM
evecircleM
Roller furling

I recently purchased a new roller
furling. It is driving me crazy. I can''t
seem to figure out how to work it. Are there
any roller furling experts out there? MY
boat is a 82 UsYacht. It is 28ft in length.
My old furling broke, but it seemed
like it was all held together by this little
string. I''m a bit of a novice could really
use someones help.

 
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