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WTS Daiwa Saltiga Z 4000

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 Selling my trusted Daiwa Saltiga Z 4000 reel. It is hard to sell it as I had this reel for a long time, had 4 of them at one time as I believe they are tanks of a reel. Very strong built, great machined parts, smooth gears, it has the attributes of a legendary reel. This was Daiwa flagship reel and many consider them classics in saltwater spinning reels. 

This is an used reel, babied every time it was out of the box, never dunked or dropped .

I would rate it as very good to excellent condition aesthetically with minor battle scars and excellent condition mechanically, butter smooth with no issues whatsoever. 

If you are looking for a tough reel to serve you a long time , built extra tough without the need to mess with magseal and other exotic fluids than this is for you. 

Reel is easy to service and has good protection against spray but not sealed.

Reel comes with neoprene pouch, box, papers just like it came from the factory. 

Asking $400 shipped with insurance and tracking. 

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I've been lusting over one of these for years.  What's the line capacity like, and is it easy to change the handle to the other side (some reels aren't)?

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The reel takes about 220meters of 40# braid which is roughly 240.5 yards or 721 feet. I was never in an situation that got me  even close to getting spooled by a bass 

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As much as I want it, I'm going to have to hold off for now. My stupid truck just started making a funny noise and I have a bad feeling about it....

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