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Lew's Classic Pro Speed Spool Baitcast Reel

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Product Overview

The Lew's Classic Pro Speed Spool Baitcast Reel is the best fishing reel money can buy. With a one-piece lightweight SLP graphite frame and side plates with 3 drain ports, this reel is solid. High strength solid brass Speed Gears cut from Hamai CNC gear hobbing back that up. To make it smooth, a premium 4+1 bearing system and externally adjustable Magnetic Control System (MCS) brings it all together. Also, featuring a 95mm bowed, anodized aluminum handle with paddle knobs and a 32mm large capacity spool, also made of aluminum to keep things light.

Features

  • One-piece lightweight SLP graphite frame and side plates with 3 drain ports
  • High strength solid brass Speed Gears, cut on precision Hamai CNC gear hobbing machines
  • Premium 4+1 bearing system with stainless steel double shielded bearings and Zero Reverse one-way clutch
  • Externally adjustable Magnetic Control System (MCS)
  • Machine, anodized, large capacity aluminum 32mm spool
  • Graphite drag star
  • Durable Rulon drag system, provides up to 15lbs. of drag power
  • 95mm bowed, anodized, bowed aluminum handle with Lew’s custom paddle knobs
  • Anodized, aluminum spool tension cap
  • Zirconia line guide

 

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