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  1. every in good to fantastic condition. all well below actuation ratings. should all be below 3k-7k clicks my main was a D3S that saw 400k clicks and 2 actuator services. Nikon D810 with Genuine Nikon MB-D12 Grip and Kirk Vertical Frame Bracket 36MP, great for landscapes or wildlife stuff on long lenses. still rock solid in performance against many new cameras. but still fast enough for street use. great low light capabilities i should have the camera box somewhere. lenses have no boxes. pristine condition. was a backup and alt to my D3S. usually had a 70-200 2.8 mounted to it. includes 2 lenses. Nikkor 70-200mm F2.8 VR, with Kirk Arca Foot. Tamron 24-70mm F2.8 VC (this is the lenses that lived on my D3S) lenses all are clean, no oil in blades or dust. both lived behind Hoya HMC filters. ($40 value) will also include the CustomSLR sling strap. ($80 value) will also include a Tamron TC 1.40 teleconverter ($70 value) 2 batteries, maybe 3 if i find extras around. $1900 shipped, overnight insured to your door. Nikon D7000 DX backup good condition, works great bought as body only. mounted to a 18-200mm do all lenses. $420 shipped Nikon D60 backup of a backup of a backup. with basic 18-55mm lense. good for beginners or if you want to MOD to play with IR photography. no box, charger, battery, strap. $110 shipped.
  2. I recently came across a Penn Special Senator 113H 4/0 used reel for a decent price. I'm basically trying to rebuild it, as it's missing the frame/rod clamp assembly. After checking the Penn website, I found out about the variations; pre clicker, clicker, clicker post 96. Unfortunately for me, the person who I purchased the reel from is of no help, and being in the Phoenix, AZ area, quite a distance to the nearest knowledgeable tackle shop in regards to these reels. Now my question is, I know my choices are within the clickers. Now how can I determine if mine is pre or post 96. One comes with a full frame the other half frame. I've looked at the schematics, although have yet to print them out. I can't seem to get my finger on which one I should order parts for. Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated. I'm taking a trip to the Philippine Islands in March, and was hoping to bring this reel along to get my feet wet in some saltwater fishing. Thank you, Melo I'll post pics if needed!