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Re: Ronstan Furler model/part number?

When I upgraded the KZ was not avalible, the Ronstan was on sale for $242.00 in January it's now $305.77 Bill Ronstan RS006400R | Fisheries Supply
billscott70
8:55 PM
#9432
 
9431

Re: Ronstan Furler model/part number?

KZ one from Weta dealers also available - same cost - I think, works great too. Robert Sent from mobile device
Rob S (iPhone)
8:45 PM
#9431
 
9430

Re: Ronstan Furler model/part number?

The # is RS006400R , I just upgraded and it works great ! Bill Scott
billscott70
8:26 PM
#9430
 
9429

Ronstan Furler model/part number?

We have a West Coast Weta who is looking to upgrade from the Harken drum to the continuous line furler. What's the commonly used Ronstan furler model or part
Weta Class North America
8:17 PM
#9429
 
9428

Re: FW: Parts

I turned the big cleats that were used for the old mainsheet system by keeping one hole set and drilling a new one, placing the cleat at an angle so I can
hot_donutz
Mar 27
#9428
 
9427

2 weeks to WetaFest!

Get your entries in! For those of you coming... The sea breeze has been faithfully showing up every day for Spring break, and we are in the mid to low 70s...
strategerysailing
Mar 26
#9427
 
9426

Re: FW: Parts

Also keep in mind that quickly heading DDW completely dumps the kite. It just collapses. It does have a lot of power but it's very easy to control and you
tomkirkman1
Mar 26
#9426
 
9425

Re: FW: Parts

100% agree - but I am SOOOO lazy - and fully powered up conditions here are very rare - hence my warning.
Robert S (iMac)
Mar 26
#9425
 
9424

Re: FW: Parts

Hello Peter. Unless the wind is light, it is not a good idea to cleat the gennaker sheet owing to the power of the kite. On long downwind legs, I trap the
avogel0929
Mar 26
#9424
 
9423

Re: FW: Parts

I had a rudder pintle made up in stainless steel by a metal fabricator - cost $25 as I recall. You can reverse the rear cleat used for anchoring the boat to
yottieguy
Mar 26
#9423
 
9422

Re: FW: Parts

First responder :) On Wednesday, 25 March 2015, 'Peter Metsker' bulls@... ... Ask your dealer - not sure where you are:) ... made up relatively easily.
Robert S.
Mar 26
#9422
 
9421

Re: FW: Parts

Regarding the lockdown rod: The bend in the metal fitting looks bad but it's correct. It is intended and required to put the rod in an over-center position.
Weta Class North America
Mar 25
#9421
 
9420

Re: FW: Parts

Peter, the answer to your question will depend a lot on where you are in the US. East coast? West coast? 1. Once rudder is down, run 1-2 wraps of electrical
robert.beach71
Mar 25
#9420
 
9419

FW: Parts

Looking for a good parts source in US for 2011 boat, here are the items and a couple of questions. Rubber lockdown rod, mine bent at the threads and now pops
Peter Metsker
Mar 25
#9419
 
9418

Fort to Battery

Any folks who can't make it to Wetafest but who CAN make it to Charleston should make an appearance. Race April 11 (the second one) http://fort2battery.com/
robert.beach71
Mar 23
#9418
 
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