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  1. Gear & Maintenance
    I came across a note from a surveyor who suggested connecting the head of the roller furler to the mast, thereby freeing up the jib halyard so that it can be used for other things. I have not heard of this, or know how it would be done. Has anyone come across this before? good idea or no?
  2. Gear & Maintenance
    We have a Spencer 31' sloop and are in need of a new genoa for her. Does any one out there have such an animal or even know the correct dimensions? It's roller furling also. thx :)
  3. Gear & Maintenance
    After several hours of research I finally learned I have a Stearns Twinstay One #8 roller furling system. The bottom bearings need replacing. Rig-rite has the parts available. Oddly though, they are insisting I buy the full top & bottom bearing replacement kit. Which I'm fine with just to have...
  4. Gear & Maintenance
    hi - tried to sail with a new/used sail while my genoa is geting a new suncover. but since the new sail's shorter, it led to the halyard getting wrapped and refusing to unfurl until i'd argued with it for quite a while. if i connect the tack with a line to the furling drum at the bow, and...
  5. Gear & Maintenance
    I'm looking at the Harken MKIV Unit 1 for a 1965 Alberg 35. I just bought the boat after losing mine in Sandy last fall, and it's in Wisconsin and I'll be picking it up and sailing it back to Cleveland in May, so it has been a bit difficult to get all the measurements from the marina, as the...
  6. Gear & Maintenance
    Hi, I sail a Beneteau Oceanis 40 with in-mast roller furling system. Problem is, the main often gets "stuck" during the furling process or the unfurling process. Not completely sure about this, but it seems that the "stuck" part happens because of the belly in the sail as it is being reefed...
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