chicky

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  1. Add $5 for first class shipping, cont US

    all are barely use, like new unless noted

    Orvis

    10 wt cold intermediate   $35

    9 wt cold intermediate     $35

    8 All arounder                  $35

    10 Striper Float               $25

    8 Ignitor float                   $45

    12 sink tip, new               $35

    11 class 5 sink tip, new    $35

    10 wt clear intermediate, whip looped   $25

    10 wt float silver label new $35

     Ignitor 10 wt                   $45

     Bonefish 7   HD                $45

    Bonefish 8     HD              $45

     

    Rio Outbound 9 in  $40
    SA MTX 8 wt nymph line (steelhead) $40
    ll bean SA 10 F (bright green) new $35
    Wulff Triangle Taper steelhead 8wt $25
     

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  2. Retail is $169

    Shipped for $80

    size XL and XXL available

    Our men's Midstream Insulated Pull-Over features PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation for the highest warmth-to-weight ratio available with synthetic insulation. The resulting thin profile and lightweight feel of this jacket keep you moving and casting freely, while offering unmatched warmth for its volume. It features a pass-through kangaroo pocket and is finished with a smooth Pertex® face for wind resistance.

    • Past season's style
    • PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation provides the highest warmth-to-weight ratio in synthetic insulation
    • Lightweight & wind-resistant Pertex® fabric
    • High-loft insulation in body & sleeves
    • 1 zippered chest pocket
    • Pass-through kangaroo pocket
    • Internal elastic cuff & adjustable hem
    FABRIC TECH: Face: Pertex® Microlight 30D 100% nylon ripstop; Insulation: PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation 60 g in body, 40 g in sleeves; Liner: 30D 100% polyester, Pertex® Microlight
    ITEM #: PG-12287

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  3. On 9/11/2019 at 7:57 PM, scoobydoo said:

    Quick explanation of the well sorta... 

    A shop received a return in which the customer said water got inside.  The shop asked if I wanted to take a look.  I never was able too. Which sucked but the gent at the shop said it was like new and didn't think it failed.   

     

    Now the vids below show an issue.  

    He's a bit anal about the sand which wasn't an issue in and around the body. And the "deterioration" around the rotor. (along with the white rotor brake ring).

    However there is an issue at the ar clutch.  As it definitely took on some saltwater as evident by the tan colored grease and the appearance of rust. 

     

    I assume Tsunami will get this gent up and running.  But it definitely counts in my book as a failure.  These are also the first issues I've heard with the reel.

     

     

     

    What size hex did you use to open the main compartment?