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Reel Parts

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Does anybody know where you can get reel parts here in the metro?

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Google the Reels web site. There you'll find authorized repair centers. Pick one in your area and give them a call, they may have the part in stock or will order it.

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I have done that and had no luck. I am going to call the manufacturer directly today but I just thought someone may know of someone.

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What reel do you have and what part?

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I tried local and he gave me the numbers for corporate cool.gif So I just called Shimano and Diawa and they sent me parts for free since I only needed a couple.

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Its a Daiwa and its the anti reverse lever. I was hoping I could pick it up close to home. I'll do what DD did and call Daiwa and see how that goes.

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Take a look at the parts diagram and write down the parts you need (say a screw as well as the anti-reverse lever) before calling. They're great on the phone but you need to know exactly what you want.

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