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  1. I have a Penn Clash 4000 and a Penn Slammer IV 4500. Both have auto bail trip features. Since I always flip the bail manually, I am wondering if there is a way to deactivate the auto bail trip mechanisms in these reels. If so, is it also reversible if I decide to convert back? As it gets colder and the off season has arrived for me, if it is not too difficult, I'd like to try this as an off-season project for next year. I had posted this in the main forum but an SOL member suggested posting here as you may be able to give me the specific part identification from the schematics for these reels that I'd need to remove/modify. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
  2. I have a Penn Clash 4000 and a Penn Slammer IV 4500. Both have auto bail trip features. Since I always flip the bail manually, I am wondering if there is a way to deactivate the auto bail trip mechanisms in these reels. As it gets colder and the off season gets closer for me, if it is not too difficult, I'd like to try it as an off-season project for next year. Thanks.
  3. I have a Penn Clash 4000 and a Penn Slammer IV 4500. Both have auto bail trip features. Since I always flip the bail manually, I am wondering if there is a way to deactivate the auto bail trip mechanisms in these reels. As it gets colder and the off season gets closer for me, if it is not too difficult, I like to try it as an off-season project for next year. Thanks.
  4. For sale brand new, never used clash 4000 for $150.
  5. Hello Mates, I have a question regarding the Penn Clash 3000 and 4000. It appears to me, looking at the specs of these 2 reels that they may share the same reel body and that only the spool is different for line capacity. Can anyone confirm or refute this? Also, If this is true, Are the spools interchangeable between 3000 and 4000? I appreciate the input and Thanks in advance, Adam
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