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A Repair That Turned Out Perfect

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Last week one of my buddies stepped on my tierra 3000, the bail assembly breaks.  Not really too involved but I gotta have the part.  I check with Daiwa and Mikes reel repair, the assembly is about $38 plus shipping.  My friend feels bad and he is going to get it repaired for me, takes it to our local tackle shop, who has been fixing reels 60 years.  7 days later I get the reel back, total cost $20, where he got the bail I don't know, no doubt he knows who to contact.  I have not had the same experience with other "locals", both from the standpoint of expertise and limited downtime.

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That's great you found someone local, great find for you..

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Have you been to Capt. Harry's down your way?  I have heard they have everything parts wise here in S. Fl.

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I've seen Capt harry's on TV, heck of a place, he is 60 miles from me.  I've been to Lott Bros in Palm Beach Gardens, authorized repair center for quite a few brands too.

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