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Old 07-11-2013, 11:15 PM
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Default Re: Rod to reel fit question

I have found that usually if you wiggle the reel side to side a bit and then crank the locking ring down a bit more they tighten up. Sometimes it takes 2 go rounds of this but it works. I have a Hardy rod that sells for 650.00 and I use a reel that cost me 750.00 on it, I have to do the wiggle & crank to insure a snug seating on this outfit so don't let the cost of the outfit fool you.

Try it,

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