alan tani @ alantani.com fishing reel repair rebuild tutorial Accurate Magnum 4/0 Build
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« on: February 20, 2020, 10:09:12 AM »

Starting a cool build for Darin.  
He sent me this Accurate Magnum 4/0 to go through and upgrade.
This is a sweet little reel!  Compact and solid with the 6/0 drivetrain, not much it won't stop!

Started with a complete tear down and cleaning.


Modified a stainless steel 114H yoke since the original brass one had some really bad wear.  I had made another brass one, then Darin sent a SS one which will be much better.



I machined the head plate for a second dog.



Bryan Young 7+1 drag kit ready for assembly (with Cal's of course).



I found an easier way to install the bridge while keeping the dogs and springs in place!
1.  Assemble the main gear to the sleeve with the delrin under gear washer, drag stack, belville, and spacer sleeve.



2.  Install the eccentric, jack, yoke, springs, and pinion into the head plate.



3.  Insert the main gear/sleeve assembly into the cavity in the head plate.



4.  Install the dogs and springs.



5.  Insert the bridge post into the sleeve, position the bridge, and tighten the bridge screws.



6.  Now there is enough room outside of the head plate to install the sleeve retainer pin!





Be sure that the pin is a good fit before final assembly so that it snaps right in.

Ted's eccentric lever was a hair shorter than the original, but worked perfect, and looks killer!



Alan Chui's new aluminum drag star looks great as well.





He also includes a thin delrin washer to go between the star and the handle arm.



And here's the finished reel.







This is a beast of a 4/0!  
Can't wait to see what you pull out of the depths with it Darin!
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« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2020, 11:21:00 AM »

can someone made a narrow 113h magnum?   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

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