Re: [capri26] Re: THANKS FOR THE INPUT TO: DIFFICULTY WITH ROLLER FURLING
- Mine runs down the port side, and mine was set up by the PO with a small pulley (block) at each stanchion base. Head sail opens and closes pretty smoothly.
From: Richard <cavelamb@...>
Sent: Mon, March 25, 2013 12:03:16 PM
Subject: Re: [capri26] Re: THANKS FOR THE INPUT TO: DIFFICULTY WITH ROLLER FURLING
I have pulleys mounted on the bow and stern rail where the line turns.
The rest in between are eyelets.
On 3/25/2013 1:55 PM, jferrell24 wrote:
Down the port side.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mark Miller and M'lou Brubaker <markandmlou@...> wrote:
> Does your furler line run down your port or starboard side?
> - Mark and M'lou
> " Raven" #77
> On Mar 25, 2013, at 6:45 AM, jferrell24 wrote:
> > Thanks to everyone for the in response to the question about
> > difficulty with my roller furling. I discovered that I actually had
> > line rubbing on the inside of the drum. I shortened the line and am
> > more attentive to maintain some tension on the line when deploying
> > the jib. Additionally I found groves cut by the line in the plastic
> > eyelets of the guides, which increased the friction in recovering
> > the jib. I ordered stanchion mounted furling fairleads from Catalina
> > Direct which have stainless eyelets. Thanks again.