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Old 08-28-2013, 08:45 AM
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Default Re: Warranty system

I'll be the first to 'step up and Agree to Disagree.' Do some go WELL beyond 'what's reasonable?' LL Bean comes to mind/Non-fishing would be REI. Most rod manufacturers charge you for a repair unless the rod had a real 'blank failure.' (Damned infrequent)

No idea from rod to rod but I've seen as low as fifty bucks to as high as one hundred fifty (plus postage). That aside, the cost of potential rod repairs is factored into the retail price ... there is no free lunch.
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