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Old 03-18-2013, 06:24 PM
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Default Re: First rod advice

Might as well build something you will use. Either that or go cheap and either put the finished build in the closet to look back on as you improve or give it to a kid. They don't care what it looks like, they got a free rod.

Most everything can be fixed if you screw it up. About the only thing you can't save when you take it off is the cork. Finished guide wraps can be removed, tip-tops and even seats will come off with a little effort.

We won't tell you how to remove those unless you mess something up.

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