WTB: 7136-4 Z-Axis

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  1. JesseC

    JesseC Active Member

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    Seems like I'm always a step behind!
     
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    Coug84 Go Cougs!!!

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    one on speypages right now... but $700

    Jon
     
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    freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

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    I have the butt and tip section I'll sell ya for $249.95 :D
     
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    You can make one yourself for less than $500.

    I'm just finishing up a TCX 7126 and it was like $503 with tube and sock Recoil snake guides, nice struble u-18 reelseat... descent cork. its not hard to do.

    PM me if you want the details of where. the z-axis would be alittle less than mine I think.

    Jon
     
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    JGS hates my guts and sold it for less than I offered just to piss in the wind and make a point he is a tough guy. Still looking for one of these cursed rods. Jessejames, better lock up the shop tonight ;)

    I won't buy anything on fleabay. Got burned once on big item and swore it off. Frenchie, I would be all about making one if I wasn't such a clumsy beginning caster fool. I am sure that a weighed streamer will bust the tip if it doesn't get my nose first.
     
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    Thats too bad. Its no big deal to roll your own, AND the blanks are covered under warranty, no need for a card. I'll keep my eyes peeled for you though.

    Jon
     
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    Thanks bud. Knowing my luck I'll be ringing you up in a couple months to work out some rod building classes :) hell. Might be fun anyhow.
     
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    Agreed, this one has been called the "money" rod by more than a few good casters.
     
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    That wasn't the point and you have still failed to see it.

    Best of luck on the TCX.

    jgs
     
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    Another one on speypages...

    Jon
     
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    Thanks for the tips guys. Finally found a good deal out there! Can wait to get out and cast it
     
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    Closing now.
     
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