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Today, while furling our Harken unit the furling line became jammed in the furler drum and was sticking out of the space between the drum top and the side shield. It cracked one third of the drum top cover off, which fell into davey's locker. We need a drum top for the furler, which seems to be a seperate part from appearence. I can find no reference to just the top, only the drum unit on Harkens site. Anyone have experience with this unit or where parts may be had, used or new.
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Today, while furling our Harken unit the furling line became jammed in the furler drum and was sticking out of the space between the drum top and the side shield. It cracked one third of the drum top cover off, which fell into davey's locker. We need a drum top for the furler, which seems to be a seperate part from appearence. I can find no reference to just the top, only the drum unit on Harkens site. Anyone have experience with this unit or where parts may be had, used or new.
Call these guys. They are Harken dealers and very good people to deal with. Explain what you need and they will fix you up.

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Thank you Knothead, I will call them in the AM on tomorrow.
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Thank you again KNOTHEAD. Spoke to Pedro earlier this morning at Sailing Services. You are so right about those folks, professional, knowledgeable, pleasant, and patient. What a positive expierence in todays world. In addition, they had the part which is enroute.
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They have never disappointed me. Glad you had the same experience.
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