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Where can I get a replacement handle for a Daiwa reel?

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So this last weekend my handle busted while I was setting the hook on a fish(not sure how that happens). Its a Daiwa Laguna 2500, about two years old. Does anyone know where I could find a replacement handle for something like this? Daiwa's website only shows one service place in MN and that place is not in business anymore. I also looked on ebay and couldn't find anything. Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.

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Call the main service center number on the Daiwa web site, they're good folk's to work with. I was servicing my families reels this winter and needed a couple of drag washers (reels not under warranty) and they sent them out gratis (same with Shimano BTW).

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