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did you ever get these fixed?
+1 on the advice to use Alan Tani for your reel info and services. He knows more about reels that most people that design reels....
"If I have time to breathe, I have time to fish!"
Tight lines to you,I reccomend going to www.alantani.com this website is full of info on just about type of reel.Info on servicing / updating step by step instructions to follow with alot of knowledgeable people to help with just about questions.
I have a bunch of baitcasting reels that I need to "service" or basically just clean. What is the best cleaning agent that I can use to clean baitcasters? Can I use rubbing alcohol? soap and water?
I do alot of frog fishing and pitching into that nasty slimy green stuff. Now its all over my reels on the inside and out, what is the best way to get that stuff off?
Another question, does fishermans warehouse do "super tuning" to reels?
Any help would be appreciated.