Reel service

 Hi all,

Where is best for a reel service close to scarborough (or NOR) if possible?

cheers

cam


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laith for sure, but he's

Tue, 2020-05-26 21:35

laith for sure, but he's busy! 

www.reelservicesaustralia.com.au/

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Sure is

Wed, 2020-05-27 10:00

I dropped some off 3 weeks ago and he had something like 40 reels ahead of mine

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+1 Laith

Wed, 2020-05-27 14:29

 Good honest professional who knows his reels.  Competitively priced. 

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 How much do they charge per

Wed, 2020-05-27 16:39

 How much do they charge per reel?

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 I dropped mine of recently

Wed, 2020-05-27 17:34

 I dropped mine of recently to the boys at tackle west ( home of the bottom meat )

they where all good and back within a week. 

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Reel service

Fri, 2020-05-29 01:08

 Why not do your own reels, go to alantani reel repare, on the net, there is tutorials on how to strip & re install almost any reel that was ever made, worning, when you by a new alloy reel, they generaly have Stainless steel screws, between the two metals, you get a chemical reaction, so as soon as you by a reel, take one screw out at a time, & quirt some yamaha marine grease into it, screws can be diferent lengths, so do one at a time, always lightly wash your reels after using them,, & dont use to much drag, then they should last for years, lake the line of regually & grease the spool, to stop corocion, good luck, stay safe, keep well, cheers Don.

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Thanks

Tue, 2020-06-02 11:15

 Will give it a go cheers

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Alan Tani

Fri, 2020-05-29 09:38

Yep, great site. Gives you a real sense of acheivement when you can keep things rolling smoothly yourself.

My Stradic's, old Abu's and a few American (Pro-Gear) reels were so easy to strip down. New drags, bushes etc. You almost feel like you are customising your reels. In fact you can customise and make them better than original in some cases with simple upgrades.

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Reel service

Sat, 2020-05-30 19:34

 By the way, take digital photos as you strip the reel, then refer back as you, place them back together, cheers Don.