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Old 07-06-12, 02:26 PM   #1
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Default spool pin tool. a must have to work on your own reels

Hey guys, are you looking for the best tool for removing and reinstalling spool pins. These are from Boca bearings. Boca sells them for $39.95 I have a brand new pair, still in the package for sale. I will sell them for $35.00 with free shipping to the USA. I could do international but that would be extra. These are paralel jaw pliers with a hardened steel pin to push the spool pin out. There is a slot on the side that pushes the pin back in and it puts the pin exactly centered. These are a must have for anyone that works on reels with spool pins. This size is perfect for most freshwater reels. The opening between the jaws is too small for the long pins in large saltwater reels.
You can send me an email to kevin@proreelservice.com if you want to buy these.
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Old 07-06-12, 02:31 PM   #2
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I will vouch for these pliers, I have a pair. They are by far the best (and just about only) spool pin pliers on the market. They virtually eliminate the risk of damaging your spool or bending a pin.
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