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  1. we should start putting down people just as we do animals and for the same reasons
  2. and more importantly they cussion the strain with flexing, especialy while fish or heavy loads are pulled so the braid cant cut into itself so easily as with metal rotors
  3. is that your doughter on your avatar ?
  4. "Zinc Alloy Die Casting Comparison: Why Zinc Reigns Supreme 10/6/17 Die casting is a process on which countless industries rely. But while working with die casting manufacturers is a given, the type of metal or metal alloy your business needs might be a bit less straightforward. Of all the die casting metals available, zinc is by far the easiest to cast due to its higher melting point (approximately 380-390 degrees Celsius, or 716-734 degrees Fahrenheit). If you're trying to make an informed decision about which type of die casting material your needs, this comparison guide may help. Why Is Zinc Die Casting Superior To Aluminum? Greater Precision: While aluminum is a lighter weight material, it's not nearly as easy to cast accurately as zinc is. Zinc can be cast to a product's final dimensions, but aluminum often needs additional machining after the die casting process is done. Not only is zinc easier to form, but if machining is required for any reason after the die casting process, zinc alloys are also much easier to machine. Longer Tool Life: Simply put, zinc is much stronger and more durable than aluminum. Because of this, die cast zinc tools last far longer than those made from aluminum die casts. In fact, these components can last up to five times longer! Ultimately, that means businesses will require fewer components to be made, thus saving them money in the long run. Lower Cost: Zinc materials are initially more costly than aluminum because this alloy is of a higher quality. But zinc die casting prices are generally lower than those of aluminum. This is because aluminum has to be subjected to cold chamber die casting, which is less efficient than hot chamber die casting. Not only will the zinc die casting price be lower, but because these components will last longer, you'll get more for your money. Why Is It Better To Die Cast Zinc Than Magnesium? More Durable: Magnesium alloys are sometimes used in die casting when the material's weight is a major consideration in the final product. But zinc alloys are much stronger than magnesium and have a substantial advantage in terms of corrosion resistance. When you compare the cost of magnesium die casting to its lack of rigidity and strength, it's clear to most businesses that zinc wins out. Easier To Form: As hinted above, zinc alloys are stiffer and stronger than magnesium. However, it might surprise you to learn that these qualities actually make zinc easier to form. This provides increased precision, as well. When accuracy matters, the zinc die casting price makes this choice well worth it. More Finishing Options: Whether you require thinner walls or need additional decorative elements, zinc metal alloys are well-suited to more complex designs and finishes. This is extremely beneficial in the tech and automotive industries, in particular. When you need a component to be more complex than average, zinc is usually best for both performance and aesthetics. Although there are alternatives to zinc die casting we did not discuss here (e.g., pressed or machined steel, cast iron), aluminum and magnesium are among the most common choices for this process. However, with these points in mind, it's clear why zinc alloys are often thought to be the number one choice for countless industries. "
  5. true afis but in my case where there is freshwater it only gives more rigidity to handle arm, being stiffer than aluminum, heavier too, but stiffenes is more important for handle arm
  6. there is a place for both metal and plastic parts and it depends on many things which make one or another better choice and by no means metal always makes better choice, especialy if internals cant keep up.. aand, if one uses braid, plastic rotor saves the day, at the end
  7. any bowl cleaner or exactly that "blue" one, if that is the real full name for it
  8. 00 nlgi leaks from all cravices lil` bit maybe just one 0 is better.. edit: the word is, that the grease which I use and is of domestic origin ( meaning inferior quality ) isn`t what those are supposed to be hense, real good NLGI 00 grease should stay in place.. edit 2 : just recieved 3 reserve spools in black color and lesser capacity.. payed them 25 ˘$ each
  9. yes they do, because they dont want sun glare at no time, but I still went for silver surf version, because of looks and less heating up on that same sun not on that reel but some other and for that other discusion about quick drag function and purpose, one of them is also to stop the fish going into obstacles fast enough
  10. nice to hear, that these days graphite and similar are not as they used to be in reels as it should be, with new materials and technologies maybe its time to start thinking about leakage proof bodies instead of intrusion proof reels and than recomend or make them from a get go, full of lube..
  11. dudes, there is no air left in it so it might go to a bottom of a mariana trench
  12. there you go flatwing, mark d made a good point and thats why I keep repeating stuff, cause it always gets forgoten
  13. my 3 surf 8k-s are fully waterproof up to 50 meters of depth while cranking and 60 grams heavier for the amount of gearcase lube that I`ve put into every nook and cranny that they have
  14. or wels cat I took 3 of those they are solid, main shaft is 7 mm thick in the bottom part with top 2 inches being 5 mm and 40 lbs of drag