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Old 13-07-2016, 13:29   #1
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Bottom furler bearings coming apart !

During the first test sail of the season I noticed that the furler turned easier than before.. At a closer look I found that the bearings and the bottom part came off ! Can I still use it like this for this season ? Or do I need to fix it asap ?

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