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What lubricant do i use–do you have a manual to download
Experienced athletes share their insights in answering this question:
Good advice, I stay away from Vaseline, tends to attract dirt.
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

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. You only need a little bit of grease.

Reels function due to bearings and gears, that need to be lubricated, especially if the equipment is used heavily and frequently. By lubricating your reel, you can protect it and prevent future damage to your equipment. KastKing is here to help with any of your reel needs.
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.

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.
Grease the gears and oil the ball bearings, then put a light coating of grease on top of that, which helps give it an extra shield. “Grease is going to protect better against salt water, and it lasts longer. Oil is going to reel better.
Avoid using 3 in 1 oil as a lubricant on your fishing gear as it will cause more harm than good. You will probably end up with a reel that jams more often than it was previously if you use 3 in 1 oil. Avoid.
Fishing reel greases usually have very good resistance to water and protection against corrosion. Typical automotive or industrial greases are not recommended for the lubrication of fishing reels.
It`s the fact that salt water can completely destroy fishing equipment (especially expensive fishing reels).
Lucas Oil Fishing Reel Oil is a special blend of oil and additives specifically designed to lubricate all moving parts in fresh and salt water fishing reels. It penetrates into tight spaces to lubricate small high speed bearings and between tight surfaces.
Reels should be serviced once every twelve months or so depending on use. It is possible to service reels yourself however if you are not confident in doing so, it`s best to take them to a professional to do the job.
Technically yes. You can run bearings dry for slow moving applications such as tonearm bearings or clock bearings. However, if bearings are used without lubrication, we recommend that they are made of a corrosion resistant material such as stainless steel.
The most common reel on the market has a 6.4:1 gear ratio. This will allow you to work both fast moving presentations as well as slow. However, for certain techniques and applications, a very high or low gear ratio will often work best. For instance, burning a spinnerbait or buzzbait is best done with a 7.1:1 reel.
Best Gear Ratio For All Around Fishing

For this, we recommend using a slow to medium gear ratio from 4.9:1 to 6:1 for all-around fishing like those found in our fishing combos. This will allow you to effectively use the widest range of lures and baits.

Instagram Reels are viewed in a vertical orientation, so videos and photos should be 1080 pixels wide and 1920 pixels tall (an aspect ratio 9:16).
Grease the gears and oil the ball bearings, then put a light coating of grease on top of that, which helps give it an extra shield. “Grease is going to protect better against salt water, and it lasts longer. Oil is going to reel better.
TecTackle reel grease is specially formulated for maintaining the performance of fishing reels. Grease is used on load bearing parts such as gears, shafts and bearings where a light oil wouldn`t offer sufficient lubrication.

Discover Relevant Questions and Answers for Your Specific Issue

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Ladyfish fishing pole by shakespeare
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 to thread a Shakespeare fishing rod and reel
ANSWER : Feed the line down through the eyelets on your pole ,now open the bail on your reel tie the line on the spool,and start reeling(keep tension on the line,prevents line from tangling) when i resting mine I only go about two thirds on my spool.

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Pinnacle TP 60 fishing reel needs lubrication
ANSWER : Good advice, I stay away from Vaseline, tends to attract dirt.
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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Need to know if their are brake ajustments inside keeps backlash
ANSWER : Call Laura at Coastline Service Center. They are a warranty, service, and parts center for Shimano. Laura is a true pro and can be reached at 919-736-3859.

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Shakespeare 2660 coarse fishing reel,cant remove spool cover
ANSWER : According to the intructions and I quote “Take off the cowling that covers the spool, twist off the pick up mechanism clockwise and a half turn anti clockwise will remove the spool”

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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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