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Penn Reels need servicing

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Penn reels are about the easiest reels to service yourself even if you have limited skills.

Parts on line, at one of the best is Replacementparts.com

eBay has a lot to offer as well.

You can find all the diagrams too online.

Drag washers are basic. 

The Long Beach is super easy, but I have not explored the GT series.

 

 

 

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33 mins ago, pogie_boy said:

Indeed buckos is no more

Yes Bucko's has been closed for a while.

Just an interesting note that Mike Buckos Father, Joe, who started the business recently celebrated his 100th birthday.

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Even the 320 is a piece of cake to service. Search Alan tani and there will be detailed breakdowns of everything you need to know. You can do it. 

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Thanks folks. I def could do it myself.  With my pile of other things i want / need to get done, inthought it would be perhaps an opportunity to support some local business while being nice to myself :)

 

I texted canal bait yesterday, ill give em a call,or eastmans

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Dave at Beavertail Rod and Reel in North Kingstown, RI could probably do it. He’s probably slammed right now, but worth a call. Good guy

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