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Salt-X 6000 problem...question???

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On 11/17/2020 at 10:20 PM, Heavy Hooksetter said:

was there a good amount of grease in it?

every spinning reel should be checked before any time OTW IMHO.

factories don't grease them enough most of the time.

HH

I second this. There were times I bought a brand new reel and it felt like crap on the first few cranks- even with some “nice” models. I would take it apart and put it back together, no greasing or lubricating, just making sure everything is snugged up, and it would be perfect afterwards. I swear the assembly on some of them is just rushed.

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1 hour ago, Sir Defyable said:

I second this. There were times I bought a brand new reel and it felt like crap on the first few cranks- even with some “nice” models. I would take it apart and put it back together, no greasing or lubricating, just making sure everything is snugged up, and it would be perfect afterwards. I swear the assembly on some of them is just rushed.

yup,most times they put in a finger tip worth of grease.

also rushing is the norm to stay up on production.

HH

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