If you have a roller furling system, chances are that you will
be storing you PC headsail on the furler for periods of time.
For this reason, the area of your PC RF Genoa that will be
exposed when stored is protected by an extra layer of fabric
called a sunshield.
The sunshield of
your PC RF Genoa is on the starboard side of the sail. For
the sunshield to protect the sail, the drum of your roller
furler must rotate counter clockwise when you pull on the
If your system
presently rotates clockwise when you pull on the furling line,
you will need to wrap the line in the opposite direction.
To do this first remove your present sail from the system.
When the sail is off and detached, pull the furling line until
it is entirely off the drum, and wind it back on in the opposite
direction, turning the system by hand in a clockwise direction.
Should this result
in an unfair lead to your first furling line lead block, consult
your furler manual for directions on how to re-position the
fairlead arm and or drum basket to achieve a fair lead.