Harken Jib. Reefing Furling. System
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This instruction manual is new furling system it on and refer furling system furling system most advanced furling system market It incorporates a Duratron plastic ball requires only casional cleaning light lubrication Separate swivels the tack the system sail shape efficient turnbuckle built manual is finest combination procedures will in care and Plastic Locking Sails for luff tape to fit luff extrusion grooves head shackles information available a period of five workmanship Defective may be purchase or to Harken and Harken shall option replace such product should be accompanied letter giving address date as an malfunction and the being used published in two years INSTALLATION INCLUDES pins not threading lower into the body with locking using toggles improper halyard leads failure to a pennant at or any procedure that not a IMPROPER MAINTENANCE failure to clean salt of bearings to spray lubrication periodically failure to check locking mechanisms wire and foils for damage failure and threaded tropical waters OPERATION INCLUDES other means a ratchet put drag putting too much sail and unseamanship under adverse This warranty is in lieu all other implied express guarantees and in liable for special incidential consequential damages additional rights not apply which includes drum swivel and shackle toggle notched locking and locking Furling line Feeder assembly with screws screws 1 swivel with two shackles Torque tube assembly includes torque tube wire pennant torque tube screws kit contains and swage Top foil Length varies with length connectors top foil trim and special connector strung on wire this foil cut from and if you have to cut your own top foil will connector piece connector pieces connectors Note you have locking collar 242 bluethreaded studs left to right Norseman stud extra swage stud Navtec adapter stud connectors and foils need the your jib furling system or large adjustable wrench type pliers own foils to If you a Norseman8 Sharp cutter designed Norseman and special locking can be your jib provided for with Norseman fittings and with special locking collars to indicate special instructions fittings should may be special adaptor stud and locking with a Navtec adaptor package which available from your jib are clearly stop sign to indicate special instructions fittings should referred to a halyard to rig secure temporary furling system attach this your boat a flat area that the proper number the wire proper order length and Section A manual pages and cutting Placing the the wire Special foil length considerations have chosen follow these procedures which this manual been supplied may proceed assembly instructions measured from the to the toggle to the pin measurement should include all the lower masthead toggle headstays must a toggle Your jib additional toggle be fitted if the too short it is desirable chor fitting additional toggle to the headstay to subtract the toggle from of the length lost off of headstay The extra long threaded cutting off the existing less than Shortening a wire amount will limit turn use the that point of the in the measurement will result to two thirds open It is correct when this reputable rigger 21 1 1041 m3 7 1651 mthe top to length one of the extrusions packaged with your standard some occasions this is the case excess length 42 3 3 1 50 3 57 5 43 9 44 1 51 1 58 1 65 1 58 3 51 1 1 3741 rn52 3 53 1 67 1 46 3 your jib furling system foil extrusions used top foil Consult Charts C to determine foil extrusions in your length to to cut foil extrusion this piece from cloth sandpaper of the top 1 the top provide a adhesive used Carefully deburr of the cavity and shavings from the to clean inside of top foil to seize on a connector Your jib to the correct length tend well swage fitting raised position before stage 7 on struction manualrare cases the foil to ride the shank of the no upper swage fitting because the wire terminal riding over shank that ride on Other headstays without swage such as those with swage fitting to cut foil shorter are based end of the foil riding in the upper marine eye If foil cannot close shorten from the point to where it can ride If your the swage shortened as little as possible In these cases may be to ride off head swivel also require a of the possibility of wrapping on the foil while your top length is shown as zero your a special top top foil the special top use a special top case the extrusion is treated top foil and the special top connector fits this extrusion and foil is to the length shown 762 mmextrusion and is used bottom foil section This addition to number of foils shown and Connectors How Many the chart number of 7 for your variable length bottom foil the 7 at left the proper number a number varies according the length the chart mmbottom onto the stay so proper number connectors onto onto the the wire reputable rigger special instructions the threaded the bottom the top foil trim cap the wire rubber and should be strung on to the marine eye at loosely against tape around above the special top connector to top foil Which has or shavings cut end not confuse top foil top foil the threaded stud and connectors the surface special top connector 271 redtop connector a screwdriver to push the special top connector top foil it is completely recessed the top foil 127 or special top connector top foil the shank the marine Check the to the length swage shank screwdriver blade top foil top foil trim cap the tape against the threaded stud and free one connector the wire to restrain the remaining loosely against the threaded stud the free to the coat the Place the plastic connector wedge indentation on the front the connector connector into the foil using care to keep slight indentation connector Continue connector into foil until the connector line up with foil connector screws with Loctite the connector until Select a dirt on the best way to see to look down light source Slide the extrusion onto the the threaded stud and connectors foil piece coat the top foil plastic connector wedge in the indentation connector until Be sure plastic connector wedge slides into coat two foil screws with Loctite insert into connector and tighten firmly with a screwdriver this process until all been used to the long bottom connector nearest the bottom connector into screw holes align connector screws redinsert into connector hole and a screwdriver the bottom 4 of the bottom connector with Loctite Place one foil connector the foil wire and long bottom connector until screw holes align properly assembled a 2 excess Loctite from all and from the exposed connector between the first shackle up the halyard the 2 the foils stainless steel feeder casting the feeder thick end up and secure the gap blueon The feeder uses a loose hinge and care torque tube end up it will the remaining collar onto over the plastic locking split cylinder into end first onto the the threads is completely turnbuckle body does not stud with aware that coloring on the threads for your only positive onto the to measure the time should be exposed at or boffom that the bottom stud with toggle is the threads of any Loctite which accumulated during set flush system to to prevent more than thread is drum assembly Align the proposed furling wish to furling line lead blocks at time to proper alignment procedure section describing leading the furling line Slide the notched locking two pins which protrude of the drum slightly the notches the restraining washer the stud until it locking plate Thread the locking nut stud and tighten the restraining washer with a 1 Thread the bronze locking collar down assembly Tighten firmly with a 1 swage stud type pliers rag under the pliers to the chromed bronze locking collar while holding threaded swage stud Grips Note use of secure to assembly using the Securing torque tube to the foil extrusions the wire so the swage top of and is the center securing the masthead toggle considerable friction furling Raising too high may tightly to secure raised position Securing foils torque tube while holding in raised position correct height proper operation your jib furling system important that of the foil to normal sailing tension This will allow luff tensioning to control while minimizing the halyard will while furling the top also important that to the to prevent the jib lay nearly raised and as a result will the rear prevent halyard these cases be necessary experienced rigger how this done on a pull the rear cause difficulty pennants to This halyard swivel wrapped around wraps will prevent furling cause serious damage from the the furling Carefully loosen torque tube clamp and lower the screws holding stay and clamp Loosen the bottom locking nut bronze locking collar the opening the furling line that no more Tighten the top locking and bottom locking plate the torque tube Lift thefoils being sure slips onto top swage 7 on page 13 Secure in the the furling secured to halyard being fed the feeder the sail tack swivel located on of the 2 Secure genoa sheets the sail halyard to on the the luff tape head of groove in sail to on the of the not tangled Attach furling line sketch by and out of the in the drum top Secure line Furling lines should be led to the cockpit through bullet blocks bullet blocks should which can be the deck possible to secure the bullet blocks to On other boats possible to stanchion mount bases or secure to stanchion bases with shackles but most boats this will result in furling line not being held enough to the rail centers the hole and Position the line may in the line furling line enters the in the block forward line vertically in the must be opening in the the furling times Note at which the line exits the the amount line on drum changes furling line a clockwise will generally appear is true for chafe with line lead drum before tightening aftermost lead on the insures proper prevent line drum so clockwise direction furled Improper being wrapped inside the solution should be a lead blocks Harken bullets little Hexaratchet the line the gunwale The number while furling leads depends cleat conveniently Position of forward lead block bullet block proper lead Typical Furling the sail In ex air it slight drag on the jib to insure neat furl Pull the furling line not furl or furling requires a problem system Please Guide secure the is reefed drum and basket and used holes or the sail from the the furling line from the leads and Remove the feeder from the stay lower the backstay rig a secure stay from the screws holding steel basket to drum and basket off of stay over slide the of the toggle fitting the screws holding the stay over the the boat Secure the to the tack and attach halyards directly the sails locking plate bottom toggle stud care to with drum swivel removed Slide the the foils locking collar stud and thread the drum assembly stud to its proper position as previously marked top locking assembly raise the foils secure in this aluminum stainless Duratron used in furling system require open and a with a freshwater hose should be sufficient to purge strongly recommended that a light bearing races of the the tack swivel where the halyard bearing assembly exposed by the furling drum The small plastic tube fit into Lubrication sprayed down into will also find is very important to thoroughly examine the swage fittings toggle stud regular basis Carefully for hairline corrosion This especially important tropical climates Replace any depends upon engagement of turnbuckle threads top threaded colored to aid in off and the only proper thread engagement exposed at either Probable Cause Piece was not secured stud and missing connector of foil Too many Too many strung on wire Leave extra past threaded stud on stud Clean foil stud is bent Do not attempt Connector will not fit into foil Dirt in Warning color on threads when rig Add a to increase length colored portion not furl is wrapping around instructions regarding optimal halyard because angle between angle and pennant may too shallow sail to raise the halyard swivel is too low proper height riding on locking collar high binding from pin Spare halyard is wrapping in sail halyards away the furling halyard behind spreaders tangled in drum dirt in bearings not free furling line on not furl furling line on drum best prevented using a Little Hexarat as the last furling line to maintain proper while unfurling jib sheets Remove sheets Rotate stay to wrap furling line the drum as possible line to as above does not furl neatly drag on sheets while Maintain drag in light Sail does not stay Sail not furled Maintain drag sheets while line not Secure furling Sail will Luff tape will not luff tape for fraying luff tape more loosely on deck not raise Halyard swivel too long Angle between halyard Halyardmust be routed higher on mast This and halyard any halyard turning blocks the rear replaced Consult your dealer for Angle between halyard is too shallow per the Halyard swivel off foil too short Ultraviolet cover rolls Furling line is wrapped sheets Pull line from Turn stay to rewind line on drum in opposite direction
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