Launched my boat last thursday and have been sorting thorough the running rigging since. I've attached a picture of the Furler. The line is a continuous loop, long enough to reach to the cockpit. The furler spins freely although not smoothly. The way it looks to me is the jib sail is raised and lowered using a line that is integral to (but not inside of) the furler, then secured using the cleats at the bottom. I see no way that what I thought was meant to be the jib halyard could hoist sail and not get all wound up at the top. That leaves me wondering why I have two unused halyards. There are three total, one for the mainsail, ?one for a spinnaker? and the one I thought would raise the jib. Is it possible that in 1985 when this H 25.5 was made, it did not use a furler? and you would have just hanked-on the jib to the forestay?