alan tani @ alantani.com fishing reel repair rebuild tutorial D.A.M. Quick 110N -- Bullet Proof Little Microlite
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« Reply #105 on: April 27, 2019, 06:05:54 PM »

Welcome, wvh200, to the site.  Lots of folks here like DAM Quicks.  Some have parts, some know where to get 'em.  I can appreciate your wanting to keep that 110N in good order.

Frank (from Minnesota)
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« Reply #106 on: July 27, 2019, 11:01:56 AM »

Where can I find a schematic for the 110n?

I just got one.  I like the gearing. 

I'm not wild about the anti reverse.  Too much noise.  Any suggestions for quieting it?

Are the 110/265 any quieter?
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« Reply #107 on: July 27, 2019, 11:41:59 AM »

Where can I find a schematic for the 110n?

I just got one.  I like the gearing.  

I'm not wild about the anti reverse.  Too much noise.  Any suggestions for quieting it?

Are the 110/265 any quieter?

— Here is a schematic and parts list

— No way to quiet the A/R too much...once you work and fish the DQ’s — you may gain an appreciation for
    the way they are designed...simple, tough, reliable, and capable far beyond their target range.  At least
    for me, I am confident the A/R is working, since I know the design engineering, and can hear the click
    without looking.  The “silent” A/R bearings on more modern reels use a A/R roller bearing — which when
    used even without being “pushed” — will fail at some point. The DQ systems seldom fail, unless old dry
    grease has been allowed to accumulate.  In that case, a quick clean and flush will cure the issue.

— 110 & 265 are also audible A/R’s — only both are different designs.  The A/R on a 110N uses the inside
    of the rotor and a spring loaded dog.  The 110 uses a spring loaded pin on the underside of the main
    gear, every 45 degrees it clicks.  And the 265 has a spring loaded dog on the underside of the main gear.

— All very good reels.

Best,

Fred


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« Reply #108 on: July 27, 2019, 01:16:39 PM »

Thanks.

I've always quieted my Mitchells by throwing the grease to the AR gear.  I don't think I want to do that to the bell.

Got it back together.  I don't think it had been serviced before.  Nice and tight.  Well built.

I added a drop of Kroil to the grease before I buttoned it up.  May have been a mistake, but man do it make the gears spin!
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