- 18/05/2008 at 9:44 am #6600
I would like to get a few of my reels serviced because kayak fishing is not kind on them, but I have no idea who would do a good job. Any suggestion on who to send them to for servicing?20/05/2008 at 8:11 am #10632yellowfinParticipant
What reels are you talking about?
Most of them are fairly easy to do just have a good clean well lit workspace and take a heap of digi photos as you take it apart.
I do all of mine sl20/30/50h senators emcasts abus etc20/05/2008 at 10:34 am #10634
I have a couple of expensive reels which I do not really trust myself with. I have tried it in the past and would prefer spending my time doing more enjoyable activities like fishing.
My reels include Shimano Baitunner, Shimano Biomaster (Stradic) and a Daiwa Certate.20/05/2008 at 10:58 am #10636yellowfinParticipant
Have rebuilt a few shimanos for other guys they are qiute simple inside ( sign of good engineering to me )
Most of the reel service guys seem to be based in aucks ….22/05/2008 at 11:25 pm #10640St_PaulParticipant
mili have you been into hendersons on grove rd? they may be able to help or suggest someone local23/05/2008 at 1:00 am #10641
Visit Henderson every couple of weeks, especially during the Summer. Great little store with quite a good range. I buy a bit of terminal tackle and odd random items from them. They also have a fairly good selection of rods but a bit on the pricey size. Was thinking of asking the local stores on who to use for reel servicing.
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