Started by Shark Hunter, February 25, 2016, 02:04:11 PM
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Quote from: alantani on April 30, 2017, 04:58:36 PMnot a big fan of anyone's 50 pound braid. seen them break too often. i prefer 60 hollow or 65 solid as a minimum for anything heavy duty.
Quote from: philaroman on May 24, 2018, 02:59:39 AMQuote from: alantani on April 30, 2017, 04:58:36 PMnot a big fan of anyone's 50 pound braid. seen them break too often. i prefer 60 hollow or 65 solid as a minimum for anything heavy duty. many affordable brands jump from 4-strand to 8-strand, at 60/65 lbs... maybe that's why
Quote from: JasonGotaPenn on September 02, 2020, 06:57:48 PMSo I see people far smarter than myself suggesting a service for these reels before using. What would that service entail? Are there any areas that need special attention? I've owned this reel for about a month now, cast it a few times but haven't hooked anything yet. Better late than never?In the years since this was released has anyone figured a solution to the snapping stems? Was wondering if I should just have my buddy weld on some extra aluminum to beef it up. He's really good but i suspect it still wouldn't be the prettiest solution. But that's ok as long as it works.
Quote from: basto on June 27, 2021, 09:46:21 PMI have no need for 50lbs of drag on my LT100, so I have rearranged the drag stack to give me approx 30 lbs of drag. This can be done by using the stock drag that comes with the reel.It also does not alter the length of the drag stack.So my LT100 has what I call a 5 stack now, not a 7 stack.This is the sequence starting from the bottom of the spool.Take a pic of the original sequence first, if you want to do this.2 eared metal1 carbontex2 keyed metal2 carbontex1 eared metal1 carbontex1 keyed metal2 carbontex1 eared metal1 carbontex1 keyed metal
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