Omega Spincast Reel

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Spend the money and take it to a reel guy and ask them if you can watch. It is worth the money to see it done the first time. Or google your question. My answers are short and sweet. Common sense mostly. If you are trying to get something for nothing…Don’t waste my time! Remember if something sounds to good to be true that it usually is. I’ve spent many years of my life trying to cheat the system and was pretty good at it. This all changed when I discovered that people were doing the same thing to me. What comes around, goes around. Karma! Now I assist people in making win-win deals…that are legit!

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REEL GREASE

For the grease there are just a few spots that will need to be greased. Put a few drops on the worm drive gear on the main shaft. There are a few other gears that go back and around on the winders. Put a few drops on them as well.

Rotate CLOCKWISE (right) to TIGHTEN the tension. Rotate COUNTERCLOCKWISE (left) to LOOSEN the tension. Test the drag by closing your bail and pulling line from the front of the reel with your hand. Try your best to imitate the pull of a fish sized to your target and adjust appropriately.
Reel lubricants

Because WD-40 is a degreaser, it breaks down grease and oil. Never use it to lubricate a reel. The basic rule of thumb is to grease gears and oil everything else — sparingly. Too much grease and oil impede the spool and reduce casting distance.

Bearings rely on oil for their lubrication which is better for fast-moving parts that need less friction, whereas grease protects and coats slower-moving parts that interlock with one another, like gears. Both are important when maintaining a reel, as fishing reels serve both functions.
Most manufacturers recommend that you re-lubricate your reel on at least a monthly basis – more often with heavy use. At the very least, lubricate everything once during each season you`ll be fishing.
Fishing Reel bearings generally do not require a lot of lubrication if they are being used for casting. Trolling Reel bearings may require a thicker lubrication depending on the environment they are being used in. Be sure to not over-lube. Over lubricating will kill the bearings performance in a casting reel.
Fishing Reel bearings generally do not require a lot of lubrication if they are being used for casting. Trolling Reel bearings may require a thicker lubrication depending on the environment they are being used in. Be sure to not over-lube. Over lubricating will kill the bearings performance in a casting reel.
The Handle Knob is your point of contact with the spinning reel. Your hand ultimately will be the one turning the handle and adding line to your reel. Most spinning reels can be converted to left or right hand retrieve, so however you`d like to reel in fish, a spinning reel can do it for you.
Fishing Reel bearings generally do not require a lot of lubrication if they are being used for casting. Trolling Reel bearings may require a thicker lubrication depending on the environment they are being used in. Be sure to not over-lube. Over lubricating will kill the bearings performance in a casting reel.
Reel lubricants

Because WD-40 is a degreaser, it breaks down grease and oil. Never use it to lubricate a reel. The basic rule of thumb is to grease gears and oil everything else — sparingly. Too much grease and oil impede the spool and reduce casting distance.

Keeping your gear clean is an important step on how to fish, and for quick maintenance, you don`t need to clean the reel every time. Oil your reel every couple of uses and deep clean occasionally. Use gentle water pressure when rinsing reels after use to help extend their life.
Most manufacturers recommend that you re-lubricate your reel on at least a monthly basis – more often with heavy use. At the very least, lubricate everything once during each season you`ll be fishing.

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ANSWER : Try switching sides of the handle by holding the bell and reeling then screw it in on the other side of the real by just reeling in.
If that doesn’t work then take all the line out and reel in some new line the opposite way.

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How do you open the back of the omega reel to grease, and oil
ANSWER : Spend the money and take it to a reel guy and ask them if you can watch. It is worth the money to see it done the first time. Or google your question. My answers are short and sweet. Common sense mostly. If you are trying to get something for nothing…Don’t waste my time! Remember if something sounds to good to be true that it usually is. I’ve spent many years of my life trying to cheat the system and was pretty good at it. This all changed when I discovered that people were doing the same thing to me. What comes around, goes around. Karma! Now I assist people in making win-win deals…that are legit!

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I have the penn Senator 15L and lately the reel when over 200 yards of Line goes out then I start to reel it in the reel starts to Slip and no line can be reeled in? Do you have a solution? Thanks
ANSWER : The weight of that much line is caausing the drag to slip. you need to tighten the drag up some more. hope this helps

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Penn Spin Reel will not lock after casting
ANSWER : On the front of the spool there is a device to turn to set the drag. Torn it tighter and tighten it until slightly below the breaking point of your fishing line. It isn’t a critical adjustment, it just keeps your line from breaking while trying to land a fish.

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How do i drain and fill oil on my 2008 yfz 450 quad?
ANSWER : 2400cc (2.4 liters).

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Does the John Deere series 100 lawn tractor have some sort of safety feature that shuts the engine off if it gets dangerously low on oil? I was cutting grass this morning and the engine sputtered and quit. I got off the tractor and noticed that the oil drain line plug was open and dripping oil. Have I ruined my engine or can I refill it with oil and continue on?
ANSWER : Not sure on this specific mower, but oil is usually there to lubricate and keep the temp down. When theres none in it, it gets hot and melts the pistons. Sounds bad to me

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I recently purchased a Yamaha outboard F150. I have logged 45 hours on it. There is an small rectangular opening on the back of the motor, just below the cover and above the oil drain. I recently noticed that there was a black oil residue (soot) below the rectangular opening and on the cowling at the join to the lower unit. Is this an exhaust outlet and is this soot built up normal? Thank’s in advance for your response.
ANSWER : The opening you see is a vent for crankcase gases. Any deposits at this point simply means your motor has A:been working hard, (too much full throttle) or B: is a bit long in the tooth. Keep the opening clear(don’t allow it to become blocked) and ease off on the throttle somewhat. Once you notice oil dripping is when you may consider rebuilding ie change piston and rings and rebore. You will notice the exhaust on the stem becoming blocked with oily carbon before this point is reachedYou will notice oily deposits throughout the motor but as long as you still have reasonable performance you need not worry.

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