alan tani @ alantani.com fishing reel repair rebuild tutorial Olympic 750 spinning reel
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« on: Today at 10:00:24 AM »

Hi every one, I hope your all keeping well, a mate of mine, gave me a Olympic reel, the ID disc is missing, but he tells me it is a 750, the front bearing or bush is a bit grouly & stiff, I have tried to get the reel apart, I took the side plate of, found a couple of nuts on the tail end of the main shaft, I undone them, thinking that the shaft would slide out the front, but, the shaft that I have removed the nuts from, there is a alloy cast that the shaft may thread through, near the osculating disc, I think the thread may screw through the cast alloy, I beleive if I get that undone the shaft will slide out the front, but I am reluctant to try & undo it, as if, I place to much force on the cast alloy, it will snap like a carrot, has anyone had anything to do with this model reel, that could give my some guidance, cheers Don.
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« Reply #1 on: Today at 10:43:28 AM »

A few pictures may help, Don....I know you have troubles posting pix, but, can you e mail them , to me ? I could post them for you.
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« Reply #2 on: Today at 03:28:56 PM »

yes thanks Arlyn, I will do that, cheers Don.
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« Reply #3 on: Today at 05:27:03 PM »

Here ya' go !


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« Reply #4 on: Today at 06:27:10 PM »

Can you determine...maybe by probing with a chunk of wire?...if the hole in the "casting" is round/ Or does it have "flat sides". If 'round (a gap between the flats on the shaft, and the edge of the hole),it IS possible that the shaft is "treaded" into the casting, and that the nut (s) were acting as "jam nuts", to stop the shaft from "un threading" from the casting. But, if the hole has "flats" that would match up to the flats on the shaft (which I *think* is the case...the shaft is just 'pushed through" the casting, and the nut(s) would be to adjust the "throw" on the shaft...which would adjust the "lay" of the line, on the spool. Can you see if there Is there a nut, or nuts, on the FRONT side of the casting ...or, if the shaft is a larger diameter, on the front side ?
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