Dinghy jib furler

Special Price £63.81 Regular Price £70.90
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SS25-54

Swivel with drum for bottom end of a foresail furling system

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The Sea Sure jib furler is designed for complete reliability. The drum is completely enclosed to prevent rope from coming off and jamming during operation. It also features an all stainless steel thrust bearing so that it still operates easily when the forestay is fully tensioned. Being less than 50mm between centres allows the jib to be set very low to the deck for maximum sail efficiency. It can also be mounted below the deck using an additional stainless steel extension tube. The furler will take up to 3.5m of 3mm line allowing it to be used on sails with a foot length of approximately 3m. (this is reduced if larger diameter line is used). The opening of the drum is on the starboard side so be careful to set it up correctly (picture is a little misleading!).
Weight: 116gms (25-54)

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  1. John Fisher asks 4 Aug 2019

    Will this drum fit on an old 14ft wanderer

    1. David Shilling answers 9 Apr 2019

      Hi John
      Yes it should be perfect
      Regards
      David

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  2. Katniss asks 8 Dec 2017

    Will this work on a mirror dinghy??

    1. David Shilling answers 14 Aug 2017

      Hi, I haven't tried the jib furler on a Mirror dinghy but I can't see any reason why it wouldn't work
      Regards
      David

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  3. S comiskey asks 28 Sep 2015

    Can you tell me the diameter of this drum please?

    1. David Shilling answers 28 Sep 2015

      The overall outside diameter is 70mm
      And if it's of use it's overall height is also 70mm


      I hope that helps
      David 

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  4. Rob Ashcroft asks 1 Jan 1970

    Would this jib furler fit an Enterprise dinghy?

    1. David Shilling answers 13 Jun 2018

      Hi Rob
      I am sure it will fit an Ent. You may need to have a little think about where the furling line comes back to as you will have to get it over the combing (wave deflector on deck in front of mast). Maybe bring the line to the side, drill a hole through it or fit a fairlead on the top of it?
      Regards
      David

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