Hey Jim they've got a guy at Harry's who can do it.I don't touch my Stradic I have him do it.Cost me like $20.I do all my other reels but the Stradic has to many small parts to monkey with.
I agree the guy I'm talking about is a Shimano rep who services all of Harry's shimano clients.I thought it was a great deal!!My Stadics are as good as they, were when I first bought them I use them for plugging and if they needed service I would definitely have a pro do them...You always get what you pay for.
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I don't have many shimano's I have a love hate relationship with them, love my baitrunner and the calcutta, every other one I've bought has been junk...but I've only bought the cheaper ones. Blew a Sedona out in 4 months, but then again its a small reel that probabaly wasn't built to handle bass in current, thinking of replacing it with either a stradic or cabo
This yr was the first year I took the baitrunner apart, took the cover off once and went .....nevermind, but it was actually pretty simple to do. My other reels are really simple, like my penn 704 and slammer are cake, only reels I really won't touch are conventionals