alan tani @ alantani.com fishing reel repair rebuild tutorial 320gti/320gt2/321gti
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« Reply #90 on: November 02, 2020, 04:50:03 PM »

i cut dots with a leather hole puncher from a sheet of teflon that is 10 thousandths of an inch thick.  works well for me. 
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« Reply #91 on: February 10, 2021, 08:33:07 PM »

All the photos in the OP are blank. Dont know if theyre recoverable or they were lost to ills of godadday
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« Reply #92 on: February 10, 2021, 08:41:36 PM »

it appears to be a separate problem.  not sure how to fix it.  i'll take a look...
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« Reply #93 on: February 10, 2021, 08:52:49 PM »

Alan,

The photos are there, but they are just not displaying in Chrome or MS Edge.   If you right click, then "open image in new tab" it displays normally.   I don't know if this relates to the problem being worked on before the godaddy issue (the upper/lower case URL problem) but there is something about the photo URL that the forum software doesn't like.

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« Reply #94 on: February 11, 2021, 01:22:20 AM »

Alan,

It appears to be and SSL problem. The urls are HTTPS links and there's a problem with the SSL at the target site "http://www.fullspeedfishing.com". If you ammend the links to  just "http://" (delete the "S") they appear to work fine.


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« Reply #95 on: February 11, 2021, 01:30:18 AM »

I do have a 345gti question - LMAO

I have two 345gti reels and one 340. The levelwind spiral bar / shield assemblies (part # 44, 42, 50, 43, 36B) have a LOT of play left and right on both the 345gti's. Zero play on the 340. I have serviced and spooled these reels without noticing the play, now its bothering the bejesus out of me. Everything is tight and working properly and they both level the line pretty well (a little hump in the center of each at the very, very top). What can be causing the levelwind mechanism to have so much side to side play?

The 340 is tight, no play and levels the line a little heavy on one side, but nothing im worried about.


Can anyone explain what's happening? Is it supposed to move, not supposed to move, do i need to replace some bushings?


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« Reply #96 on: February 11, 2021, 01:36:25 AM »

The image URLS are http not https.   This is visible if you quote the message where the original BBCode is embedded in quotes.

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[img width=600 height=450]http://www.fullspeedfishing.com/gallery/data/500/medium/DSCN40701.JPG[/img]

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« Reply #97 on: February 11, 2021, 03:07:26 AM »

I do have a 345gti question - LMAO

Can anyone explain what's happening? Is it supposed to move, not supposed to move, do i need to replace some bushings?


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there is a hex nut 36B at the end of the worm that needs to be tightened up a little.  a small amount of play is fine.  just don't over tighten it. 
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« Reply #98 on: February 11, 2021, 03:29:54 AM »

so, is this correct?  we have an ssl certificate, which is why the address for our website starts with https//:, but the website where my old photos are stored does not, which is why fullspeedfishing starts with http//:.  so the security here will not allow the photo from fullspeed to post automatically, is that correct?  

i'm guessing the only way to fix this problem is to get fullspeed to buy an ssl certificate.   also correct?  sorry, i'm really a noob at this stuff.
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« Reply #99 on: February 11, 2021, 07:34:24 PM »

so, is this correct?  we have an ssl certificate, which is why the address for our website starts with https//:, but the website where my old photos are stored does not, which is why fullspeedfishing starts with http//:.  so the security here will not allow the photo from fullspeed to post automatically, is that correct?  

i'm guessing the only way to fix this problem is to get fullspeed to buy an ssl certificate.   also correct?  sorry, i'm really a noob at this stuff.

Your OP links to fullspeedfishing are prefaced with the SSL qualifier "https://", that means our browsers are TRYING to open those links with a secure connection, but its not working - so they arent loading them. Its not required that those pictures be downloaded using a secure connection; you can just drop the "S" in "https://" and make it plain "http://" (standard, non-secuere connection).

Installing an SSL on the pictures host site would also solve this, but its a little more involved and not really necessary. The default setting for standard browsers is to load both secure and non-secure items on a webpage. Some people have their browsers set to ask them before doing so, but that's not the default
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« Reply #100 on: February 11, 2021, 07:42:46 PM »

I do have a 345gti question - LMAO

Can anyone explain what's happening? Is it supposed to move, not supposed to move, do i need to replace some bushings?


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there is a hex nut 36B at the end of the worm that needs to be tightened up a little.  a small amount of play is fine.  just don't over tighten it. 

I dont think i explained the problem well. its not the worm gear moving under the shield, its the whole worm gear shield assembly moving between the end caps left-right with excessive play.

Its not the spiral bar itself that's loose, its the whole system; line guide carriage / worm gear / shield assembly moving left-right between the two sideplates. Something should be holding the worm shield snug between the end caps when the sideplate screws are snugged down, but there isnt.
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« Reply #101 on: February 11, 2021, 09:41:37 PM »

i just worked on several of those and i thought they locked in.  any chance there is a white nylon bushing at one end or the other that is missing.  parts will have to be carefully compared against schematics.....   Undecided
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« Reply #102 on: February 11, 2021, 10:04:52 PM »

so, is this correct?  we have an ssl certificate, which is why the address for our website starts with https//:, but the website where my old photos are stored does not, which is why fullspeedfishing starts with http//:.  so the security here will not allow the photo from fullspeed to post automatically, is that correct?  

i'm guessing the only way to fix this problem is to get fullspeed to buy an ssl certificate.   also correct?  sorry, i'm really a noob at this stuff.

Your OP links to fullspeedfishing are prefaced with the SSL qualifier "https://", that means our browsers are TRYING to open those links with a secure connection, but its not working - so they arent loading them. Its not required that those pictures be downloaded using a secure connection; you can just drop the "S" in "https://" and make it plain "http://" (standard, non-secuere connection).

Installing an SSL on the pictures host site would also solve this, but its a little more involved and not really necessary. The default setting for standard browsers is to load both secure and non-secure items on a webpage. Some people have their browsers set to ask them before doing so, but that's not the default

Where are you seeing https://?

If you go to the original post and select "quote" as if you were going to reply to it, you will see that the original links have "http://" not "https://"

If you right click on the image (that doesn't display properly), and select copy image address, you will get "http://" as well

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[img width=600 [img width=600 height=450]http://www.fullspeedfishing.com/gallery/data/500/medium/DSCN40671.JPG[/img]

we will start with the largest selling single model reel in the world, the penn 320 gti.    

[img width=600 height=450]http://www.fullspeedfishing.com/gallery/data/500/medium/DSCN40701.JPG[/img]

it is one of the easiest reels to work on when it comes to routine bearing service.  removing the right side plate assembly (key #1) requires only the removal of four right side plate screws (key #32).

[img width=600 height=450]http://www.fullspeedfishing.com/gallery/data/500/medium/DSCN40711.JPG[/img]

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« Reply #103 on: February 12, 2021, 12:50:57 AM »

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so, is this correct?  we have an ssl certificate, which is why the address for our website starts with https//:, but the website where my old photos are stored does not, which is why fullspeedfishing starts with http//:.  so the security here will not allow the photo from fullspeed to post automatically, is that correct?  

i'm guessing the only way to fix this problem is to get fullspeed to buy an ssl certificate.   also correct?  sorry, i'm really a noob at this stuff.

I don't think so Alan
Here is #6 image from page 1 of the Tutorial  and I can access all of them through my old Explorer Browser sooooooo the problem lies within some coding issues but it  beats the Hell outa me why !






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« Reply #104 on: February 12, 2021, 01:02:35 AM »

yes, but do they show up automatically?  i had this problem with ifish.net a while back.  buying an ssl certificate for this site solved the viewing problem on that website.  i think it will solve the problem with fullspeed.  i spoke to the admin at fullspeed and explained the situation.  he saw the same problems with his own posts when it tried to display his photos on another site with an ssl certificate. i volunteered to pay for it, but he may just purchases one on his own.  we'll see!!!!!
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