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Old 14-04-2016, 08:17   #1
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Taking apart a rod furler SCRR

I have a genoa furler from South Coast Rod Rigging, probably as old as my boat (1980). Since the furler is a
rod type, with as far as I can see only two sections of the profile, I am a Little curios about how to take it
appart, without destoying it.
The plan is to shorten it, to be used on another sailboat. Better reuse that throw away if possible.
Does anyone have any idea how to proceed to get a rod furler it screwed together or what?
Hoping for the best,
Tolly...Navigating through life...with very few things being very important
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