SCHAEFER–SnapFurl CF-500 Furling System
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SnapFurl CF-500 Furling System
|Boat Length||16 Feet to 24 Feet|
Open 2 Inches Diameter
3 Inches Diameter
Stainless Sail Feeder
|Warranty Details||Five Years|
SnapFurl systems come in two sizes to accommodate boats 16' to 24' and boats 24' to 28' and represent the latest in quality Schaefer design and engineering. SnapFurl is simple to install and offers many of the features employed in Schaefer's larger headsail furling systems, including double open Torlon® ball bearing races for smooth, effortless operation. The efficient round Geon™ PVC foil snaps quickly and easily around your boat’s existing headstay without the need for special tools or modifications to the rig. SnapFurl makes it easy to be sailing in no time.
Schaefer's smallest over-the-headstay systems utilize Torlon® bearing races, composite-reinforced injection-molded torque tube and two-piece snap-together interlocking high-grade PVC extrusions. Long-fiber, reinforced, injection-molded components make SnapFurl CF-500 unique. Light weight, high strength and smooth operation makes SnapFurl ideal for trailerable boats. Installation is a snap. Fits headstay wire from 1/8" to 3/16"dia. and clevis pins from 3/16" to 7/16"dia. Uses #5 luff tape. Max. headstay: 31 1/8"L (9.5m). Furling line size: 1/4".
- Designed for daysailors, small cruising and trailerable boats 16' to 24'
- Simple-to-install, sleek, and includes features found on larger headsail furling systems
- Fiber-reinforced, injection-molded components provide incredible strength and low weight
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