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Subject: Roller reefing, forestay.

Kevin Barrett (Puzzled)
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Date Posted: 14:33:39 23/03/2009 Mon

I have a seamaster sailer 19 with a Plastimo 401 (I think) roller reefing system. It all spins quite happily on its own, but when the halyard bearing is hoisted to the top, the halyard wraps itself around the bearing. I've spent 54 on a new bearing assembly, not fitted yet, as the old one feels as free

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Re: Roller reefing, forestay.Tom Wilson10:33:34 26/03/2009 Thu

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