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Barlow and Barient Parts Lists andService 1 These specification sheets have been reconstructed from photocopies of original Barlow documents which are no longer available The quality of the diagrams is the best that could be achieved from computer scanning of these photocopies 2 Many Aloha yachts are equipped with Barient branded versions of the same winches These carry different model numbers 3 BarlowBarient winches are no longer in business having been taken over by Lewmar who dont seem to offer service support According to their website The Australian Winch Co see has obtained much of the original BarlowBarient tooling and has all of the technical data and product information for these winches The website also contains more winch service information and advice on dismantling when the original BarlowBarient dismantling tools are not 1 Models 15 16 1speed Self Holding Winch 2 Models 19 23 2speed Winch 3 Model 24 2speed Winch 4 Model 25 2speed Winch 5 Model 25 2speed Adjustable Self Tailing Winch 6 Model 27 2speed Winch 7 Model 27 2speed Adjustable Self Tailing WinchThese details are provided by the Aloha Owners Association and are compiled in good faithHowever they may not be correct and no responsibility will be accepted for any inaccuracies 1 SPEED SELF HOLDING WINCH 15 16 PLACEMENT OF PAWL SPRING Item Model 15 Model 16 Description Qty No Part No Part No 1 15302 16302 Base 1 2 15304 16304 Drum 1 3 15305 16305 Top cap 1 4 01328 Retaining Cup 1 5 01329 Retaining Plunger 1 6 01400 Pawl 4 Place straight leg of spring against slit of pawl 7 01300 Spring 4To dismantle To assemble1 Depress retaining plunger 2 Remove top capuntil it locks inside and and drumrelease top cap 1 Push retaining plunger 2 Insert top 3 Place drum on base back inside to original cap into drum Push down and rotate position until retaining clip engages SERVICE INFORMATION 15 16To install 1 Depress plunger 5 remove top cap 3 and drum 1 from base 1 Reset plunger 5 to its original position 2 Bolt base 1 to flat surface drilled to take four bolts 6mm dia on a 66mm bolt circle dia Use base 1 as a template Use only a light coat of oil based sealing compound to seal the base 3 Check that plunger 5 does not protrude underside of top cap 3 insert top cap 3 into drum 2 and place on base 1 Push down and rotate until retaining clip 4 engages recess of base 1To lubricate 1 As step 1 of install above 2 Remove pawls 6 and springs 7 from top cap 3 and base 1 Do not remove retaining clip 4 or plunger 5 from top cap 3 3 Clean all parts in petroleum solvent dry and grease with waterproof grease Barlow Yacht Grease recommended Lubricate the pawls 6 and springs 7 with a few drops of SAE30 oil Note Do not grease the pawls 4 Assemble as step 3 of install aboveSelf HoldingA feature of this winch is its unique tailing and self holding ability under load The winch may be used by one person only Tooperate utilise the full height of the drum barrel using enough turns of the sheet until it jams against the underside of top flange Donot allow the tail end to advance further than one turnInspection and lubrication is recommended Inspect more frequently during racing season 2 SPEED WINCH 19 23 PLACEMENT OF PAWL SPRING Item Model 19 Model 23 Description Qty No Part No Part No 1 19002 22002 Base 1 2 19003 23003 Gearbox 1 3 23004 Drum 1 4 19005 23005 Top Cap 1 Place straight leg of spring 5 23006 Mainshaft Assembly 1 against slit of pawl 6 19008 22008 Idler Gear 1 7 19012 22012 Pinion 1 9 01011 Bearing Black 2 10 19013 01124 Idler Shaft 1 11 01205 Cap Screw 5 12 01300 Torsion Spring 4 13 01400 Ratchet Pawl 4 14 01502 Retaining Washer 1 SERVICE INFORMATION 19 23To install 1 Using Barlow dismantling handle and 316 Allen key remove the capscrew 11 in the top cap 4 2 Lift drum 3 and top cap 4 together from gearbox 2 and base 1 3 Bolt base 1 to flat surface drilled to take five bolts up to 6mm dia on an 86mm bolt circle dia It is not necessary to remove the gearbox 2 from the base 1 Use base 1 as a template 4 Slide the drum 3 and top cap 4 together over the black bearings 9 5 Firmly tighten the capscrew 11 in the top cap 4To lubricate 1 Dismantle as in steps 1 2 of install above 2 Remove the black bearings 9 from the gearbox 2 Remove four cap screws 16 and lift gearbox 2 from base 1 Remove mainshaft assembly 5 pinion 7 and its pawls 13 and springs 12 and remove idler gear 6 and shaft 10 3 Remove top cap 4 from drum 3 and remove its pawls 13 and springs 12 and retaining washer 14 4 Clean all parts in petroleum solvent dry and grease with waterproof grease Barlow Yacht Grease recommended Lubricate the pawls 13 and springs 12 with a few drops of SAE30 oil Note Do not grease the pawls 5 Reverse dismantling procedureTools Required316 Allen Key Barlow dismantling handle and lubrication is recommended Inspect more frequently during racing season Care should be taken in case of aluminiumwinch To minimize wear monthly cleaning and lubrication of the aluminium drum is advisable 2 SPEED WINCH 24PLACEMENT OF PAWL SPRING Item Model 24 Description Qty No Part No 1 24002 Base 1 2 24003 Gearbox 1 3 24004 Drum 1 4 24005 Top Cap 1 Place straight leg of spring 5 24306 Mainshaft Assembly 1 against slit of pawl 6 25007 Pinion 1 7 24008 Idler Gear 1 8 01012 Bearing Gold 1 9 01013 Bearing Green 1 10 01011 Bearing Black 2 11 01155 Shaft 1 12 01205 Cap Screw 1 13 01300 Torsion Spring 4 14 01400 Ratchet Pawl 4 16 01502 Retaining Washer 1 16 01231 Cap Screw 3 SERVICE INFORMATION 24To install 1 Using Barlow dismantling handle and 316 Allen key remove the capscrew 12 in the top cap 4 2 Lift drum 3 and top cap 4 together from gearbox 2 and base 1 3 Bolt base 1 to flat surface drilled to take six bolts up to 8mm dia on an 111mm bolt circle dia It is not necessary to remove the gearbox 2 from the base 1 Use base 1 as a template 4 Slide the drum 3 and top cap 4 together over the black bearings 10 5 Firmly tighten the capscrew 12 in the top cap 4To lubricate 1 Dismantle as in steps 1 2 of install above 2 Remove the black bearings 10 from the gearbox 2 Remove three cap screws 17 and lift gearbox 2 from base 1 3 Remove mainshaft assembly 5 with pinion 6 idler gear 7 green bearing 9 and shaft 11 4 Remove pinion 6 pawls 14 and springs 13 from main shaft 5 5 Remove top cap 4 from drum 3 and remove its pawls 14 and springs 13 and retaining washer 16 6 Clean all parts in petroleum solvent dry and grease with waterproof grease Barlow Yacht Grease recommended Lubricate the pawls 14 and springs 13 with a few drops of SAE30 oil Note Do not grease the pawls 7 Reverse dismantling procedureTools Required14 316 Allen Keys Barlow dismantling handle and lubrication is recommended Inspect more frequently during racing season Care should be taken in case of aluminiumwinch To minimize wear monthly cleaning and lubrication of the aluminium drum is advisable 2 SPEED WINCH 25PLACEMENT OF PAWL SPRING Item Model 25 Description Qty No Part No 1 25202 Base 1 2 25003 Gearbox 1 3 25004 Drum 1 4 25005 Top Cap 1 Place straight leg of spring 5 25206 Mainshaft Assembly 1 against slit of pawl 6 25007 Pinion 1 7 25008 Idler Gear 2 8 01013 Bearing Green 2 9 01011 Bearing Black 3 10 01154 Idler Shaft 2 11 01205 Cap Screw 1 12 01300 Torsion Spring 4 13 01400 Ratchet Pawl 4 14 01502 Retaining Washer 1 15 01231 Cap Screw 4 SERVICE INFORMATION 25To install 6 Using Barlow dismantling handle and 316 Allen key remove the capscrew 11 in the top cap 4 7 Lift drum 3 and top cap 4 together from gearbox 2 and base 1 8 Bolt base 1 to flat surface drilled to take six bolts up to 8mm dia on an 140mm bolt circle dia It is not necessary to remove the gearbox 2 from the base 1 Use base 1 as a template 9 Slide the drum 3 and top cap 4 together on the gearbox 2 10 Firmly tighten the capscrew 11 in the top cap 4To lubricate 8 Dismantle as in steps 1 2 of install above 9 Remove the top cap 4 from the drum 3 and remove pawls 13 and springs 12 and retaining washer 14 from top cap 4 10 Remove the black bearings 9 from the gearbox 2 Remove the four cap screws 15 and lift gearbox 2 from base 1 leaving the shafts 10 in the base 11 Remove the two idlers gears 7 and their green bearings 8 12 Remove the mainshaft 5 pinion 6 from the base 1 13 Remove the pinion 6 and the pawls 13 and springs 12 from main shaft 5 14 Clean all parts in petroleum solvent dry and grease with waterproof grease Barlow Yacht Grease recommended Lubricate the pawls 13 and springs 12 with a few drops of SAE30 oil Note Do not grease the pawls 15 Reverse dismantling procedureTools Required14 316 Allen Keys Barlow dismantling handle and lubrication is recommended Inspect more frequently during racing season Care should be taken in case of aluminiumwinch To minimize wear monthly cleaning and lubrication of the aluminium drum is advisable 25 2 SPEED SELFTAILING WINCH SelfTail Item Model 25ST Description QtyPLACEMENT OF PAWL SPRING No Part No 1 25102 Base 1 2 25103 Gearbox 1 3 25104 Drum 1 4 25306 Mainshaft Assembly 1 5 25107 Pinion 1 Place straight leg of spring 6 25108 Small Idler Gear 1 against slit of pawl 7 25209 Retaining Nut 1 8 25111 Drum Drive Pinion 1 9 25115 High Speed Ratchet Drive 1 10 24206 Mainshaft Top 1 11 25117 High Speed Ratchet Gear 1 12 19030 Bottom Jaw 1 13 19031 Top Jaw 1 14 19034 Spacer 3 15 25008 Idler Gear 1 16 01011 Bearing Black 3 18 01013 Bearing Green 4 19 01146 Idler Gear Shaft Stepped 1 20 01147 Washer 1 21 01148 Drum Drive Pinion Shaft 1 22 01149 Idler Gear Shaft 1 24 01231 Capscrew 3 26 01237 Countersunk Screw 3 27 01300 Torsion Spring 4 28 01400 Ratchet Pawl 4 29 19613 Rope Guide 1 SERVICE INFORMATION 25 Self TailingTo install 1 Using Barlow sea spanner remove the retaining nut 7 in the rope guide 29 2 With fingers between jaws and thumbs on the mainshaft top 10 lift drum 3 rope guide 10 together from gearbox 2 3 Bolt base 1 to flat surface drilled to take five bolts up to 8mm dia on an 1977mm bolt circle dia It is not necessary to remove the gearbox 2 from the base 1 Use base 1 as a template 4 With rope guide 29 in a suitable sheeting position replace drum 3 together over the gearbox 2 5 Replace retaining nut 7 and tighten firmlyTo lubricate 1 Dismantle as in steps 1 2 3 of install above 2 Remove the black bearings 16 from gearbox 2 3 Remove mainshaft top 10 and bearing 17 from top of gearbox 2 4 Remove the three cap screws 24 and carefully lift gearbox 2 from base 1 5 Lift out mainshaft 4 together with pinion 5 from high speed ratchet drive 9 6 Remove the pinion 5 and the pawls 28 and springs 27 from main shaft 4 7 Lift off idler gear 15 and green bearing 18 from idler gear shaft 22 8 Remove drum drive pinion 8 and green bearings 18 from drum drive pinion shaft 21 9 Remove small idler gear 6 together with its shaft 19 and washer 20 and separate them Remove green bearing 18 from small idler gear 6 10 Lift high speed ratchet gear 11 together with high speed ratchet drive 9 from base 1 and separate them Remove pawls 28 and springs 27 from high speed ratchet drive 9 11 Clean all parts in petroleum solvent dry and grease with waterproof grease Barlow Yacht Grease recommended Lubricate the pawls 13 and springs 12 with a few drops of SAE30 oil Note Do not grease the pawls 12 Reverse dismantling procedureTo adjust selftailing jawThis winch can be reset for larger or smaller sheets by changing the position ofthe spacers as follows 1 Remove the retaining nut 2 Lift off the drum and remove the rope guide 3 Remove the screws holding the jaws 4 For smaller sheets remove a spacer between the jaws and place it under the bottom jaw with the other spacers For larger sheets remove the spacer under the bottom jaw and place it between the jaws with the other spacers 5 Replace the screws and refit the rope guide drum and retaining nutTools Required14 316 Allen Keys Barlow sea spanner 01615 small and lubrication is recommended Inspect more frequently during racing season Care should be taken in case of aluminiumwinch To minimize wear monthly cleaning and lubrication of the aluminium drum is advisable 2 SPEED WINCH 27PLACEMENT OF PAWL SPRING Item Model 27 Description Qty No Part No 1 27001 Gearbox Plate 1 2 27002 Base 1 3 27003 Gearbox 1 4 27004 Drum Assembly 1 Place straight leg of spring 5 27006 Mainshaft 1 against slit of pawl 6 27008 Idler Gear 1 7 27009 Retaining Nut 1 8 27011 Drum Drive Pinion 1 9 27012 Centre Pinion 1 10 27013 Centre Ratchet Gear 1 11 27015 Drum Drive Ratchet 1 15 01011 Bearing Black 3 16 01012 Bearing Gold 2 17 01144 Drum Drive Pinion Shaft 1 18 01300 Torsion Spring 4 19 01400 Ratchet Pawl 4 20 01013 Bearing Green 3 21 01145 Idler Gear Shaft 1 22 01206 Capscrew 1 23 01231 Capscrew 3 24 01227 Special Capscrew 2 27 01232 Split Pin 1 SERVICE INFORMATION 27To install 1 Using Barlow sea spanner remove retaining nut 7 from top of drum 4 and remove drum 2 Remove 3 capscrews 23 in gearbox 3 3 Keeping gearbox assembly complete remove from base 2 4 Bolt base 2 to flat surface drilled to take five bolts up to 95mm dia on an 143mm bolt circle dia Use base 2 as a template 5 To assemble winch reverse dismantling procedureTo lubricate 1 Dismantle as in step 1 above then remove black bearings 15 from gearbox 2 As in steps 1 3 above then invert gearbox assembly making sure the mainshaft 5 does not fall out 3 Remove two special capscrews 24 and long capscrew 22 from gearbox plate 1 and remove gearbox plate assembly from gearbox 3 4 Remove split pin 27 from idler gear shaft 21 and remove idler gear shaft 21 5 Remove idler gear 6 from gearbox plate 1 and remove its bearing 20 6 Remove drum drive pinion 8 and its ratchet gear 11 and separate them On some Barlow 27 winches the drum drive pinion shaft 17 may also be removed Remove pawls 19 and springs 18 and two bearings 20 from the drum drive pinion 8 7 Remove centre pinion 9 and its ratchet gear 10 and separate them Remove pawls 19 and springs 18 from the centre pinion 9 8 Lift mainshaft 5 from the gearbox 3 9 Remove bearings 16 from inside end of gearbox 3 10 Clean all parts in petroleum solvent dry and grease with waterproof grease Barlow Yacht Grease recommended Lubricate the pawls 19 and springs 18 with a few drops of SAE30 oil Note Do not grease the pawls 11 Assemble winch in reverse order to that shown above Note for winches manufactured before 1980 take care when refitting the ratchet gear 11 to its drum drive pinion 8 to ensure that the two surfaces stamped R are on the same side Failure to do so will cause the pawls and winch to slipTools Required14 316 Allen Keys Barlow sea spanner and lubrication is recommended Inspect more frequently during racing season Care should be taken in case of aluminiumwinch To minimize wear monthly cleaning and lubrication of the aluminium drum is advisable 27 2 SPEED SELFTAILING WINCH Self TailPLACEMENT OF PAWL SPRING Item Model 27 Description Qty No Part No 1 27001 Gearbox Plate 1 2 27002 Base 1 3 27003 Gearbox 1 4 27004 Drum Assembly 1 Place straight leg of spring 5 27006 Mainshaft 1 against slit of pawl 6 27008 Idler Gear 1 7 27009 Retaining Nut 1 8 27011 Drum Drive Pinion 1 9 27012 Centre Pinion 1 10 27013 Centre Ratchet Gear 1 11 27015 Drum Drive Ratchet 1 14 27231 Top Jaw 1 15 27230 Bottom Jaw 1 16 27034 Spacer 3 18 01232 Split Pin 1 22 01206 Capscrew 1 23 01231 Capscrew 3 24 01227 Special Capscrew 2 25 01300 Torsion Spring 4 26 01400 Ratchet Pawl 4 27 01145 Idler Gear Shaft 1 28 01144 Drum Drive Pinion Shaft 1 29 01013 Bearing Green 3 31 01011 Bearing Black 3 32 01012 Bearing Gold 2 33 01237 CSunk Screw 3 34 27613 Rope Guide 1 SERVICE INFORMATION 27 Self TailTo install 1 Using Barlow sea spanner remove retaining nut 7 in the rope guide 34 2 With fingers between jaws and thumbs on the mainshaft 5 lift drum 4 and rope guide 12 together from the gearbox 3 3 Remove 3 capscrews 23 in gearbox 3 4 Keeping gearbox assembly complete remove from base 2 5 Bolt base 2 to flat surface drilled to take five bolts up to 95mm dia on a 143mm bolt circle dia Use base 2 as a template 6 Replace gearbox assembly on the base 2 7 Replace the three capscrews 23 in gearbox 3 8 With rope guide 34 in a suitable sheeting position replace drum 4 together over the gearbox 3 9 Replace retaining nut 7 and tighten firmlyTo lubricate 1 Dismantle as in step 1 2 above 2 Invert gearbox assembly making sure the mainshaft 5 does not fall out 3 Remove two special capscrews 24 and long capscrew 22 from gearbox plate 1 and remove gearbox plate assembly from gearbox 3 4 Remove split pin 27 from idler gear shaft 21 and remove idler gear shaft 21 5 Remove idler gear 6 from gearbox plate 1 and remove its bearing 20 6 Remove drum drive pinion 8 and its ratchet gear 11 and separate them On some Barlow 27 winches the drum drive pinion shaft 17 may also be removed Remove pawls 19 and springs 18 and two bearings 20 from the drum drive pinion 8 7 Remove centre pinion 9 and its ratchet gear 10 and separate them Remove pawls 19 and springs 18 from the centre pinion 9 8 Lift mainshaft 5 from the gearbox 3 9 Remove bearings 16 from inside end of gearbox 3 10 Clean all parts in petroleum solvent dry and grease with waterproof grease Barlow Yacht Grease recommended Lubricate the pawls 19 and springs 18 with a few drops of SAE30 oil Note Do not grease the pawls 11 Assemble winch in reverse order to that shown above Note for winches manufactured before 1980 take care when refitting the ratchet gear 11 to its drum drive pinion 8 to ensure that the two surfaces stamped R are on the same side Failure to do so will cause the pawls and winch to slipTo adjust selftailing jawThis winch can be reset for larger or smaller sheets by changing the position ofthe spacers as follows 1 Remove the retaining nut 2 Lift off the drum and remove the rope guide 3 Remove the screws holding the jaws 4 For smaller sheets remove a spacer between the jaws and place it under the bottom jaw with the other spacers For larger sheets remove the spacer under the bottom jaw and place it between the jaws with the other spacers 5 Replace the screws and refit the rope guide drum and retaining nutTools Required14 316 Allen Keys Barlow sea spanner 01615 small and lubrication is recommended Inspect more frequently during racing seasonCare should be taken in case of aluminium winch To minimize wearmonthly cleaning and lubrication of the aluminium drum is advisable

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