alan tani @ alantani.com fishing reel repair rebuild tutorial penn 209
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« Reply #150 on: March 20, 2021, 12:15:36 PM »

Ken,
I learned to do it your way, first get the shield locked in place then the worm through the headplate hole. As I often stumble when trying to chew gum, working on one thing at a time on assembly is best for me.  Removing the worm like this is I've learned is a much easier way to change out a pawl than trying to do it still in the reel having to remove the pillar under the worm. I just did a swap of worm assemblies on a pair of 209's, by just removing the headplate worm screw from a working shelfie colormatic to fix one I want to go fishing with.  The donor shelfie  with the worn assembly installed for looks will get a new worm when my Mystic list gets to a C note.  My "DUH" moment on this thread was Alan having the bridge turned to slightly cover the dog spring cavity before smooshing in the tiny spring cutting down it's possible "Fly Away" routes by 50%.
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