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  1. I have an Ericson 35-2 with a length of head stay of 45.22 feet.

    Looks like you have a couple roller furling.

    What do you have that would work for that?

    Thanks
    Bill

    • Hi Bill,

      New parts are still available for both the Harken and Selden furlers I didn’t check for the Schaefer but suspect the same on that I just sold the Selden furlex 300. I have installation manual for the Furlex and any one of the ones that are longer than your requirement can be cut down to size or you can add one length of foil and plastic distance tube to the shorter one if you prefer that model furlex comes in 7′-10″ sections and Harken comes in 6-0 sections.

      Jon

  2. Garth Wolfendale on December 23, 2014 @ 6:47 pm

    Which furler would be optimal for a CAL 34 MKIII?
    I am in Seattle so do you have any experience on cost of delivering?

    Thanks

  3. Hi Garth,

    New parts are still available for both the Harken and Selden furlers I didn’t check for the Schaefer but suspect the same on that I just sold the Selden furlex 300. I have installation manual for the Furlex and any one of the ones that are longer than your requirement can be cut down to size or you can add one length of foil and plastic distance tube to the shorter one if you prefer that model. Furlex comes in 7′-10″ sections and Harken comes in 6-0 sections.

    These units are all assembled and therefore would require disassembly and packing and shipping total length of package could be up to 8′ depending on brand/model and labor to disassemble and pack would be $340.00 and shipping would run around $200.00 so Im not sure if this will be the right purchase for you as I was looking to sell on a more local basis as I am in NYC area

    Jon

  4. Hello:

    I have a Hunter 25.5 and I am interested in a furler. Do you have something that would be a fit. I am on Long Island and work in NYC.

    Best,
    Dan

  5. Hi Jon,

    I’m looking for a roller furler with at least a 39′-1/4″ headstay length that will accommodate a 1/4″ cable on forestay. Do you have anything?
    Thanks,

    Rick

  6. Hi,

    I’m interested in the drum and toggle from the Harken furler. Is it a Harken MK III Unit 2?

    Cheers

  7. Still available Harken 7″ drum 50′-9″ ?

    I am presently in Florida to help sail Conn. I’ll be going by and would like to stop and take a look.

    If as stated, will have cash and ready to disassemble.

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