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Windex 10 Sport Wind Indicator
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Windex 10 Sport Wind Direction Indicator
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4.5
Based on 2 Reviews
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Windex 10 Sport Wind Indicator Customer Questions and Answers

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does spare vane have bearing in it?

Asked on 01/11/2014 by adam masters

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Sorry, boat in storage and I do not remember.

Answered on 01/26/2014 by FREDRIC FARBER
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I am very happy with it but not sure about bearing. I do not think it has one.

Answered on 01/12/2014 by ROSS ELDRIDGE

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Mine did.

Answered on 01/12/2014 by HARVEY YOUNG

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Yes

Answered on 01/12/2014 by JAMES GEYER

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I mounted this on top of my mast on a Nacra 17R and it worked well but I broke it when I took down the mast. It works but is a little fragile. It works fine but would give it 2.5 stars.

Answered on 01/14/2014 by MICAHEL LOW

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Yes. Vain screws into the old base. Bearing is in the new unit.

Answered on 01/12/2014 by DARYL STRAIN

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I bought the entire wind indicator, not the spare vane. Sorry.

Answered on 01/12/2014 by ROBERT WOTIZ
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Is it possible to easily remove this indicator from the top of the mast?

Asked on 05/04/2013 by Undisclosed

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Yes it is. The indicator has a base which mounts on the mast (either the side of the masthead casting or flat on its top) and a setscrew to secure the vertical shaft of the indicator. The shaft has an annular recess for added setscrew grip.

Answered on 05/30/2013 by ROBERT WOTIZ
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yes.....a set screw holds the vertical support. Loosen it and the entire windex, except the base, pops right off. Accessing the top of the mast is the most difficult part of the entire operation.

Answered on 05/30/2013 by JOHN D. SMITH

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Yes, we race a Johnson 18 and pull it off the mast when we lower the mast for transport home. Its a small flat head screw that holds the shaft to the base.

Answered on 05/30/2013 by KEVIN GILLIGAN

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yes if you go to a bridge

Answered on 05/31/2013 by JAMES GEYER
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