Mine came with the boat. There wasn't any Loctite used. Only drive pins holding the sections together.
Alan Bergen 35 Mk III Thirsty Rose City YC Portland, OR On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 2:19 PM, Chuck S via CnC-List <email@example.com > wrote: > Anyone ever take apart a Harken MkIII Furler? > > I installed mine by myself ten years ago and now want to replace the > damaged top section while the mast is out. The stay is rod so I'll have to > pull all the sections off from the bottom to get to the top one. I am > worried the parts won't come apart very easily. I'm worried about all the > Loctite adhesive used between sections and bearings and if I need to use a > heat gun to separate parts? Maybe I'm overthinking this. Any tips would > be appreciated. > > > Thanks, > Chuck > Resolute > 1990 C&C 34R > Broad Creek, Magothy River, Md > > _______________________________________________ > > Thanks everyone for supporting this list with your contributions. Each > and every one is greatly appreciated. If you want to support the list - > use PayPal to send contribution -- https://urldefense.proofpoint. > com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.paypal.me_stumurray&d=DwICAg&c= > clK7kQUTWtAVEOVIgvi0NU5BOUHhpN0H8p7CSfnc_gI&r= > 9w3G7Cf8YfQnrjmtuNxwDJYr3JMv9f1pAfgAJ9xXYQQ&m=15nLP2vM2v56r_ > xRx8BAAzp2C4mFCDvEzUc80AC6xN0&s=UdQrfnHVW86q_a2chVkI3uuUlhE_ > 2AvzeuBK5hyHXqI&e= > > >
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