Started by Jenx, June 18, 2022, 07:24:10 PM
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Quote from: Penn on June 20, 2022, 02:04:42 PMHey Jenx,If you would like to pop the plate off and send to us in Philly, I will re-stake a new bushing on there for you and return. Let me know. tony
Quote from: foakes on June 20, 2022, 05:28:00 PMQuote from: Penn on June 20, 2022, 02:04:42 PMHey Jenx,If you would like to pop the plate off and send to us in Philly, I will re-stake a new bushing on there for you and return. Let me know. tonyWe really need to take a moment and realize the quality of a long time company like Penn —- along with the integrity and willingness to help us —- of a manager such as Tony.Companies like Penn have gone through many changes in recent years. But it is the quality of folks running the show that make the difference.These types of companies and managers do not grow on trees. I am always impressed that a really busy guy, wearing many hats, will take the time and effort to help any of us with a small problem on one of our reels.We must not take this for granted.Thanks, Tony!Best, Fred
Quote from: Jenx on June 20, 2022, 05:41:07 PMTony,That is a very generous of you, and I'm definitely interested in taking you up on that offer.I'd like to first make sure this reel is salvageable as I'm still dealing with the spool stuck to the sideplate. Right now I have the sideplate completely submerged in WD-40 with the hopes that a long soak will help loosen up whatever is causing the problem.If I'm able to eventually remove the spool, and there is no further damage to the reel, then I will definitely send you a PM about replacing the missing post.Thank you very much.
Quote from: Penn on June 21, 2022, 10:25:59 AMHey Jenx, I am wondering if the reel was dropped on the left side, causing enough force to crush the bearing/spindle and also pop that bushing out on the right side? Keep me posted..tony
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