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1 year ago
Shaun Belcher
Grant Darby Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If you are restoring the rods, use the same guides > and placement. If you want the rods to go to work > again, strip them down, clean the blank, static > test and add the proper number of guides. You'll > have to remove the tip top to determine sizing > and should probably add a roller tip that
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1 year ago
Shaun Belcher
Im in the middle of rebuilding some vintage fibreglass rods which require replacing the guides and about to order some from mudhole. Since we cant post photos here, i have shared the photo in the google drive link below. The rod on the left has only 2 guides and a tip, yet ive got another rod of identical size with 4 guides plus the tip, will adding more guides be an issue? (its a bit stiffer
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