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Keith_MN

Abu Garcia Reel Parts

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Keith_MN

I need to replace the handle on my Abu Garcia Cardinal 702 spinning reel. It broke off a few weeks back. So I am trying to figure out how to go about ordering replacement parts for this reel. Unfortunately I do not have the original paperwork for this reel and the Abu Garcia website, from what I can see, does not support the ordering of replacement parts.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks.

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harvey lee

If you were to do a search on the internet you will find many who sell parts. You could also call Pure fishing in Iowa who owns Abu.

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zepman

Pure Fishing in Spirit Lake/Okoboji has an outlet store right across the street from the main manufacturing plant. I was just there today as I needed a replacement handle for one of my Abu C4's. It took them about one minute and the problem was fixed and best of all there was no charge on the replacement handle. Great store and service---I highly recommend you give them a call or visit their website. Sorry I can't help with the site adress but I know they do have one. Good Luck.

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PierBridge

I would call Abu Garcia

Or Minnetonka Outdoors has ABU parts.

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Keith_MN

Thanks for all the suggestions guys!

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Bobb-o

dont know if he is still a sponsor of the site but Mark Cook at Bluewater bait in bemidji should be able to help you, he has gotten all of my parts for my abu reels. phone number is 218-444-2248

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