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That there is a pretty fine reel. Tibor should have the parts and anything less than $300 for them would be a steal. You could send it to them and have it fixed. You'd have a fine reel, recently upgraded, that would last a lifetime.
 

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Don't know but if you have a spool, the process should be far less expensive. There are new reels out there but they start around $450 so having them put your reel back together correctly would seem to me to be a no brainer. I have a DD Tarpon and a DD Bonefish and they have been rehabbed by Tibor. They're still in great shape and work fine. It's well worth the money to have a quality reel.
 
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