alan tani @ alantani.com fishing reel repair rebuild tutorial Penn Mag Tuned 10 testing
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« Reply #45 on: November 08, 2019, 11:45:07 AM »

Sorry to hear about all the work getting in the way of your fishing Randy  Sad

Hopefully it clears up soon and you can get back on the water!
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« Reply #46 on: November 08, 2019, 04:34:04 PM »

Thanks Randy for the reports & updates, nice pics, and thanks MHC, Mike for your good info on the bridges, it looked to me that the beveled & eared washers, need a good honing out in the centre, so they do slide freely, cheers Don.
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« Reply #47 on: February 10, 2020, 09:38:26 AM »

Any updates on this setup? I've been fishing a lovely stone stock Mag 10 (courtesy of xjchad, thanks again!) on a 7' "medium" Ugly stik lite Pro as my primary rig the last few months, and love it so much that a Penn 210 is going to be delivered today, and I may have to do a jigmaster handle and a 5+1 stack on it Smiley
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« Reply #48 on: February 10, 2020, 10:55:49 AM »

Jigmaster has 24-66 handle; I put them on all my 210 / 209's. 24-49 is the next one up and really has long throw. I replaced my stock 10 handles with 24-310's; they have an extra half inch or so vs. stock 24-155 the Mag 10 comes with and a nice modern football knob ans stainless blade. These are my go-too rigs for schooley stripers; I just made sure all have greased carbontex drags and they fish 20 lb that I use quite fine.


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« Reply #49 on: February 10, 2020, 11:15:39 AM »

Any updates on this setup? I've been fishing a lovely stone stock Mag 10 (courtesy of xjchad, thanks again!) on a 7' "medium" Ugly stik lite Pro as my primary rig the last few months, and love it so much that a Penn 210 is going to be delivered today, and I may have to do a jigmaster handle and a 5+1 stack on it Smiley

The update is that I can't break this reel no matter how hard I try.  It goes with me on every trip and has caught most of our inshore SoCal fish and a few pelagics.  The under sleeve shims solved my bridge wear issues.  I use Bryan's 5 stack with no issues.  I had 210s but let them go since Spectra gives me enough capacity on the Mag 10 and the drags are more than I need.

I like counter balanced handles and use either Accurates or Motives on mine with Alan's EVA knobs.  I do have one that I'm testing Okumas ergo knob handle from a Cortez  on and really like it so far. 
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« Reply #50 on: February 10, 2020, 11:23:57 AM »

I've been fishing a lovely stone stock Mag 10 (courtesy of xjchad, thanks again!) on a 7' "medium" Ugly stik lite Pro as my primary rig the last few months, and love it so much that a Penn 210 is going to be delivered today, and I may have to do a jigmaster handle and a 5+1 stack on it Smiley

Glad it's working out well for you!  These are great reels!  I'm really excited that I was able to re-aquire my greem Monster Mag, and I'm starting a new Mag 10 build soon as well  Smiley

The under sleeve shims solved my bridge wear issues.

I'm so stoked that those shims solved that issue Randy!
PS-  your 10-49 adapter shims are done.  Working on the levelwind deletes now.
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