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« on: December 07, 2008, 08:42:08 AM »

here is a list of the 25 smaller drag ht-100 drag washers that penn makes. the washers are listed by part #, followed by price as listed in mysticparts.com as of this date (12/11/08), followed by the inner diameter in millimeters, the outer diameter in millimeters and the thickness in millimeters. what follows after that is a listing of the common reels that use this drag washer.

for the engineers in the group, my methodology is as follows. i bought an "el cheapo" 0-6" (150mm) "performance tool" digital caliper (stock #w80153) from my local auto parts store for $20. i have a plano storage box filled with 26 different penn ht-100 drag washers purchased from mysticparts.com. i reached into the box and grabbed one washer at random. i did a single measurement for the inner diameter if round or a minimum and a maximum if the inside hole was hexagonal in shape. i did a single measurement of the outer diameter, not including the "keys" if the drag washer was keyed. "keyed" washers are so noted. i also did a single measurement of the thickness. the actually mm's displayed on the digital screen was listed, although the results should be considered accurate only to the "tenth" of a millimeter, not the "hundreth."

penn drag washer part # (price) / id x od x thickness in millimeters / reel

#6-25 ($6.25) / hex 22.88 min, 26.07 max x 54.13 x 1.22 / 25 gls, shimano tld 15

#6-49 ($1.40) / 10.55 x 28.67 x 0.95 / 49L super mariner

#6-60 ($0.90) / 10.61 x 20.44 x 0.92 / long beach 60, 140 squidder

#6-113 ($1.15) / 10.50 x 20.45 x 1.13 / senator 113 black

#6-113h ($1.65) / 13.06 x 27.02 x 1.34 / senator 113h red, calcutta 250

#6-114 ($1.25) / 15.16 x 24.25 x 1.23 / senator 114 black

#6-115 ($1.75) / 14.82 x 29.54 x 1.33 / senator 114h red, 115 black

#6-116 ($2.90) / 16.55 x 32.69 x 1.36 / senator 116 black

#6-117 ($4.15)/ 16.58 x 38.64 x 1.18 / senator 117 black, 118 black

#6-155 ($0.65) / 10.65 x 17.92 x 0.93 / 155 beachmaster

#6-309 ($1.40) / 10.76 x 24.59 x 0.93 / 500 jigmaster, 975, calcutta 700

#6-320 ($1.25) / 12.85 x 29.02 x 0.96 / 320 gti-gt2

#6-320LD ($10.00) / hex 19.18 min, 20.71 max x 45.88 x 1.25 / 320 lever drag

#6-525 ($2.00) / 15.05 x keyed 28.67 x 1.26 / graphite 525-535-545-555, 113hn

#6-855 ($1.15) / 11.99 x 21.48 x 1.21 / 855 line counter

#6-875 ($1.25) / 13.06 x 25.01 x 1.23 / 875 line counter

#6-895 ($1.65) / 16.05 x 29.47 x 1.29 / 895 line counter

#6-965 ($1.25) / 8.15 x 24.61 x 0.85 / 955-965, calcutta 400, trn100/200g

#6B-965 ($1.25) / 15.24 x 24.30 x 0.93 / 955-965-975, calcutta 400, trn100/200g

#6-975LD ($1.00) / 15.12 x keyed 38.25 x 1.08 / 975 lever drag

#6-5600 ($3.00) / 14.60 x keyed 41.15 x 1.15 / 4600-5600 live liner

#6-7000 ($1.75) / 5.08 x 21.54 x 1.14 / 7000 powergraph

#56-440 ($1.75) / 8.88 x keyed 30.93 / 0.90 / 440 ss

#56-710 ($0.90) / 7.92 x 14.68 x 1.22 / 710z spinfisher

#56-4200 ($1.50) / 8.44 x keyed 26.29 x 0.95 / 4200 ss
 
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« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2009, 06:00:47 PM »

Quote from: TBaker;51463
Great reading, Alan!  Thank you!  I noticed that your post has a distinct "conventional" flavor.  For those of us using both conventional and spinners, can we assume the pricnciples you lay out would be the same for spinners?

very much so.  to me, there are only two major differences.  one, you can't lay the rod on the rail.

two, spinners are a nightmare to service.  shimano makes it a point to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to spinners and small bait casters.  their models are changed every few years whether they need to or not.  and i believe that it was someone on this board that made the best quote ever, that "shimano prices their stellas at $1 per part."  don't laugh, it's true.  it is so bad that i will not accept a spinner for service.  a friend of mine, who know's better, recently dragged his stratic through the sand, then tried to clean it himself.  he brought it to me in pieces.  it took me hours to clean it out.  i'm drinking on his bar tab for the rest of the year! 

on the flip side, a drag upgrade is a piece of cake.  you undo the drag knob, pull out the spool, dig out the retaining clip, then all the metal and fiber drag washer, match up the drag washers with something on the list http://alantani.com/index.php?topic=21.0 , grease them and throw everything back together.  you will be amazed at the results.  alan
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« Reply #2 on: December 21, 2014, 04:05:10 PM »

Spinners are a nightmare to service.  shimano makes it a point to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to spinners and small bait casters.  their models are changed every few years whether they need to or not.  and i believe that it was someone on this board that made the best quote ever, that "shimano prices their stellas at $1 per part."  don't laugh, it's true.  it is so bad that i will not accept a spinner for service.  a friend of mine, who know's better, recently dragged his stratic through the sand, then tried to clean it himself.  he brought it to me in pieces.  it took me hours to clean it out.  i'm drinking on his bar tab for the rest of the year! 

Yeah, I know this thread is from 2009 . . .

Alan, that is precisely why I stick with my Penn SS & Daiwa BG spinning reels . . . "Old School", yes, but they are rugged,  catch fish, and are easy to maintain & repair myself, with having to be a "reel guru", like you . . . LOL !
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« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2015, 07:29:53 PM »

Here is the LIST in PDF format for EASY DOWNLOADING . . . PLUS, a couple of  OTHER FILES that should be helpful . . .ENJOY ! ! !

* Penn HT-100 Drag Washer Dimensions.pdf (39.66 KB - downloaded 779 times.)
* Penn_parts_chart_by_reel_number.pdf (6766.24 KB - downloaded 479 times.)
* Penn-Reel-Parts-List-2015-01.pdf (593.25 KB - downloaded 1098 times.)
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