alan tani @ alantani.com fishing reel repair rebuild tutorial sealine 900h/910h
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« Reply #195 on: February 09, 2020, 06:33:43 PM »

Sounds like the screws are too long for the holes...possible if the 6 were non-Daiwa replacements of the right threading but had longer length.

Any objections to filing down those screws 1/16" off the ends?
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« Reply #196 on: February 09, 2020, 07:27:32 PM »

I must not have been clear. The perimeter edges of the end caps seats 100% with the frame. As with three of the holes on each side - the (3) on each side  that DO NOT host the harness and brace lugs - there is a gap in the contact of the aluminum at the point where these (3) screws go through the end cap to the threaded holes in the frame that receive the 8-32 threaded screw. This is clearly by design and the nylon washers are required. I am concerned that I do not see them on them on the schematic. it may be that I have a very early reel. My capacity sticker lists line capacity for mono up to 130#.

I see how to post pictures now

Willie


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« Reply #197 on: February 09, 2020, 08:15:02 PM »

Hi Willie,

OK, a picture is worth a thousand words. I do not believe that the washers really add anything significant to the structure integrity of the Sealines. Washers being there would not cause any harm either.

None of the smaller Sealines (largest being the 600H's modded with 5-stack CFs and delrins for 80lb and 100lb) in my lineup have ever had such washers, and they all have the same design of the side plate sitting on the outer rim of of the frame with a thin gap. The Sealine aluminum side plates have the structural integrity to withstand the pressure from tightened screws without the need of a "pillar"/washer bedding for support (unlike the Penn Mag Power's graphite plates).

Either way, it shouldn't be a matter of concern, IMHO.

Wai

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« Reply #198 on: February 12, 2020, 09:17:40 AM »

OK, thank you!
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