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 on: Today at 12:48:39 PM 
Started by foakes - Last post by Wompus Cat
Here is the Schematic for the 110N and it Does have more parts to it  but the same holds true for the bottom gear  engagement.

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 on: Today at 12:44:37 PM 
Started by Mrc70 - Last post by Mrc70
I will give it a shot. Thanks!

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 on: Today at 12:38:17 PM 
Started by foakes - Last post by Wompus Cat
If you look at the schematic you will see only 4 Parts Total in the original Configuration that is including the Red Knob.
So if you have five washers then somebody put extra pieces in there but should not really cause and reassembly probs .
If you can not get the spool assembly to lock down or screw back together make sure the Dog is in place in the Gear on Bottom of Spool assembly .

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 on: Today at 12:12:56 PM 
Started by foakes - Last post by Wompus Cat
Do you have the Schematic for your 110 ? Reel
If not try this  and you can see how it goes together and Welcome to the site.

Just click on this file a few times to enlarge it .



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 on: Today at 11:36:01 AM 
Started by foakes - Last post by Blagsy
I took the spool apart to oil, but I can’t seem to put the washers back in the order needed. There are 5, and apparently mixed them up. Any help would be great!

Thanks
Mary

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 on: Today at 11:27:37 AM 
Started by Decker - Last post by mhc
Good to see you Joe and good to see you picking up the Grouper Junior project. From your earlier posts you were getting close to having clearance between the 149 main gear and the plate but the gear was touching the inside ring?

Mike

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 on: Today at 07:57:04 AM 
Started by Decker - Last post by oc1
Good to hear from you Joe.

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 on: Today at 07:32:25 AM 
Started by plastic tiki - Last post by scpecheur
Thanks for your tutoriel, its a good job!! I only want to come back on a point: when working one the  clutch, be very carrefull with the mini spring which is very, very thin!!!if it falls on the ground and jump, bye bye spring!!!!
I have a Salina 2 16000 since ten years..I took away for fishing In New Caledonia for GT'S, Wahoos Merous and Yellow fin, and in Guinéa to red carps, barracudas and several sorts of Caranx, using it at Popping, trolling, and Jigging. One time , it has been swimming in salted water, and after, the bigger special ball bearing   (20x6x10) became to crisp..In France, we have generally very bad  SAV for reels and impossible to found in SAV parts this bearing!!!.I changed it with one of other Salina 65 i did not use!!what a pity!!! Now, this reel is a ggod second reel after my Stella's for my fishing trips.....I don't know if the high speed model (5,4) is so strong that the low speed? (4.9)If some one use a highseep, i would like to know his mind!!!

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 on: Today at 06:48:50 AM 
Started by Decker - Last post by Brewcrafter
Decker - If you are still working on getting proper clearances, try these tricks.  https://alantani.com/index.php?topic=31860.msg372294#msg372294
I know it is a different reel (this was a 113H) but the same techniques could apply.  If on the other had you have "gone too far", I also watch with interest.  I have to think standard 113 sideplates aren't too hard to get a hold off, but since this thread has stretched over time, not exactly sure where you sit with the project but certainly want to help you see it through.

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 on: Today at 06:31:07 AM 
Started by AlasKen - Last post by Brewcrafter
AlasKen - So neat to be sharing this with the Next Generation!  My Grandkids currently have 4 paws and their primary focus is on being spoiled, so they are not ready to go fishing. Anyhow, a trick that I have used in the past (many Cubs and Webelos got their "Fishing" belt loop under my tutelage) especially with the younger folks is to teach knots with something a little more substantial - like clothesline, etc.  Helps little hands.  And while there are a zillion posts on here about knots and "100% Breaking Strength", I stick by the mantra that the best knot - is the one you can tie well.  A simple Palomar is going to suffice - and they will be satisfied to "tie it myself".  Thanks so much for sharing, good luck on the camping adventure and please keep us all posted! - john

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