I NEED HELP!!! I own a '67 Yorktown 39.4 sloop, I have a roller furl reefing system on the forward jib. it is the kind of furl that rolls the jib around the stay, without the stay twisting itself. (there is a sheath on the stay). the bearing near the masthead is seized, I think. anyone ever have this problem and fix it WITHOUT taking the stay off? it is an option, I have a secondary forward stay the connects mid deck, for the secondary jib. But i would rather NOT spend a day with my boat taken apart. if not, any easy ways to take down the stay and furl? I am a rope rigger, but not a very experienced sailor. I am planning on tensioning the secondary forward stay, and then loosening the main forward stay, pull pin on bow, and then climb mast and slowly lower the stay/furl to the dock.