Started by alantani, December 07, 2008, 04:19:42 PM
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Quote from: Bill B on September 13, 2022, 06:06:13 PMI've never held a triton. Not sure what the parts situation is either, I would expect it's pretty bleak. The 320 drivetrain is basically a 4/0 the only limitation is the graphite frame. Parts readily available from Mysticparts.com. I would take the 320 over the triton. Bill
Quote from: Bill B on September 14, 2022, 05:42:31 PMIf you follow a good maintenance program, fresh water rinse after every salt water trip, yearly breakdown and reassemble with fresh grease and oil, it will give you years of fishing. If possible stock up on a couple complete levelwind assemblies (pawl, worm gear, idler gear), and bearings, which can be ordered from mysticparts.com. If you have a bearing supplier that is local they can be purchased there. They don't have to be specialized fishing reel bearings, just the same size. Bill
Quote from: Bill B on September 15, 2022, 06:35:21 PMYes, I have 2 of the 320's and 1 of the 310's. The 320's get used for deep sea fishing dropping 10-12 ounces of lead 300' with a dropper loop. I picked up both used, replaced the levelwind pawls and worm gears just as insurance, with spares if needed. They get a yearly service and fresh water rinse after each use. Highly recommend the 320's.
Quote from: Barishi on September 13, 2022, 04:19:28 PMHow will the 320GTI compare to the Triton TR200s?
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