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Old 11-14-2011, 08:12 PM
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I just scooped up a 30's model 1394 Pflueger and the tension spring on one of the checks is broken. The other is functional so I'm asking if I realy need both as I rarely use a reels drag and if I should have both checks working is this something that can be fixed with some stainless bailing type wire?
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PM Rip Tide on this, he is a Pflueger aficionado
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IMO, you don't really need the second spring but you could probably have one made fairly easily
You could ask Bulldog over on the Classic Reel Forum, but I think the second spring was only a spare

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Thank you Riptide, I didn't think I needed both engaged.
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