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Old 05-02-2013, 01:22 AM
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Default Re: Hardy LRH spare parts

Thinking..............

If you're gonna keep the reel for the long haul (I've had my Featherweight since 1978) you should get at least a set of screws for the line guard, a set for the latch cover (sooner or later you'll snoop under there) and an 'A' kit for the reel. Then you'll never worry about having it down during a season.

Plan 'B' would involve; Always dissemble a reel with a sheet of printer paper (or similar) on a flat surface and remember where the parts came from and their orientation when you reassemble. And.......be sure to use the correct size screw driver so you don't hack up the screw heads or slip and mar the reel
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