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Remove push button shield #91.
Remove slide plate & spring #93 & #94.
Remove push low button shaft #702 & handle assembly #703.
Remove lever hub cover #315.
Remove lever quadrant #728.
Take note of lock washers. Previous 130ís had NO lock washers.
Also take note of O-ring on side plates under harness lug #717.
Remove spool assembly #713.
Remove left side plate #736.
Note: spool bearings, they look lubed, but like all my reels Iím going to repack all bearings with yamalube.
Remove pinion gears, cross pin #36C, preload spring #40, & preload washer #41C.
Remove cooling shield #566.
Remove pressure plate #325 & drag washer #324.
Remove drag plate #734. Lightly lube behind plate w/ Calís or shimano drag grease.
Coat drag washer w/ Calís or shimano drag grease & wipe off excess & reinstall.
Replace 2 shims under anti-reverse ratchet #299/
Note: SHD (Shimano Hydrothermal Drag mechanism) Must not be disassembled.
Install alert ratchet, add a drop of locktite to prevent screws from coming loose.
Install 8 preload springs #40 & preload washer #40C. Stock configuration (( )) (( )) |
Lightly coat ratchet assembly & spool.
Install pinion gears #287 & #335
Completed spool assembly.
Note: shoe not removable.
Completed one piece frame #735.
Grease all screw holes & replace left side plate #736
Frame & left side plate installed. Grease frame to prevent salt intrusion.
Install the spool assembly.
Clean & lube drive gear A #282 & drive gear B #283.
Completed gear assembly ready to install on right side plate.
Completed right side plate, add one drop corrosion X to alert plunger.
Install strike alert lever #319.
Install drag control lever #729.
Install lever quadrant & hub cover.
-Note: These reels were serviced new out of the box. These are great reels with a few small pieces here & there. Like previous reels Iíve done, a little more grease would be nice, since we use them for trolling & NOT casting. For piece of mind, I coat all parts with grease to prevent intrusion & corrosion. These reels should last the user a life time. Like Alan says, ďDrag grease is a must.Ē