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should be undertaken at least once a year. All bearings should be greased with GREASE (Part No. 312-501), a tube of which is delivered with the mast. Read the following instructions and Fig. 13: l.
When greasing bearings and gears, do not over-grease. A thin coating of evenly applied grease is sufficient.
The bearing has a lubrication hole marked ”GREASE” where the grease should be injected. Access through the sail slot.
Lubricate the swivel by injecting grease into the gaps&in the ring. This is best done through the upper access hole.
Remove the upper, oval plastic plug.
the rubber boot and grease the upper shaft bearing.
Remove the lower oval plastic plug
11 on a level with the Reefing winch
. Grease the bevel gearsand ball-bearings&.
All grease points are shown in Fig. 13:1.
It is a good idea after some years use to dismantle the gear
for thorough cleaning
and re-greasing. The in-mast fur- ling mast is built so that servicing will be easy even after protracted use. Stainless steel
thread inserts for all screw fastenings ensure that corrosion
of the in-mast furling mast gear from the mast
1. Lay the mast horizontally on trestles.
2. Relieve tension on the Luff Extrusion by slackening the Tensioning Screw. (The Tensioning Screw is descri- bed
on page 4).
3. Remove the upper plastic plug. Detach the Luff Extrusion from the furling Gear through the Grease Hole. The lower split pin and clevis pinare removed.
4. Remove the furling Gear from the mast by undoing the eight holding screws and taking it away from the mast. (The furling Gear can be removed even when the mast is stepped).
5. Remove the headbox by undoing the nuts on top. The box can then be lifted off. Detach the Top Swivel from the head
6. The luff section and the Halyard
Swivel can now be pulled out of the mast.
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