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 Posted: Fri Jun 17th, 2011 06:16 pm
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Hi guys

I have 3 one piece rods that i would like to convert to two piece as its much easier to transport. Before i sell them, where can i try to make this possible. I have 1 12ft and 2 10ft galaxy t53 blue marlin rods. The have served me well and are still like new and very dear to me... Please help, Btw i am from Natal, pmb.

Many thanks and if i'm not successful, i will have to sell them...

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 Posted: Fri Jun 17th, 2011 06:22 pm
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This could be interesting!

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 Posted: Fri Jun 17th, 2011 06:29 pm
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CARP SPECIALIST wrote: Hi guys

I have 3 one piece rods that i would like to convert to two piece as its much easier to transport. Before i sell them, where can i try to make this possible. I have 1 12ft and 2 10ft galaxy t53 blue marlin rods. The have served me well and are still like new and very dear to me... Please help, Btw i am from Natal, pmb.

Many thanks and if i'm not successful, i will have to sell them...


It can be done and has been done, talk to Enigma on the forum he is our master rod builder.

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 Posted: Fri Jun 17th, 2011 07:14 pm
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CARP SPECIALIST wrote:
Hi guys

I have 3 one piece rods that i would like to convert to two piece as its much easier to transport. Before i sell them, where can i try to make this possible. I have 1 12ft and 2 10ft galaxy t53 blue marlin rods. The have served me well and are still like new and very dear to me... Please help, Btw i am from Natal, pmb.

Many thanks and if i'm not successful, i will have to sell them...


Hi

it is possible but I don't know if there are builders close by.

If I do it for you then we have to ship up and down from PMB to PTA, probably around R400-450 unless you have a mate traveling up, maybe I'll be passing PMB in June and pick up for you.

The T53 Galaxy is a strong weave and resistant to splitting so we make up spiggots inser them from the bitt section and re-inforce the joint area.

Spiggot joints and the work will cost between R120-150 a rod

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 Posted: Mon Jun 20th, 2011 08:11 pm
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Hello!
Uhm! I myself have two big rods witch my grandfather use to use and I would also like to make it a two piece. Is there anyway I could do it myself?

Thanks
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 Posted: Mon Jun 20th, 2011 08:51 pm
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Yip it's possible but you need suitable material to make the joints ie, an old broken rod of the same taper as the rods to be joined.

Once you got that i'll help you with a tutorial

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 Posted: Wed Jun 22nd, 2011 11:46 am
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Uhm can you maybe send me the tutorial so I can just make sure if I can do it? I understand you are quite good at it, so maybe I won't be able to do it.

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 Posted: Mon Jan 23rd, 2012 06:37 pm
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Equipment: 10ft galaxy T53 rods, shimano 6000 RE, xx hi vis ...
Best Catch: 12.5kg mirror carp, 10.5kg barbel, 2kg tilapea, and lots more
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Hi Enigma

Thought i'd send you the post i had placed last year with regards to my request.

Regards
Hassan
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