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Inside of rod tip broke

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The tip of my blackmaxx lost the insert. Now when I cast and reel the line runs against it and it doesn't cast very well. Kind of over the blackmaxx rods they r trash and this is my second one the first one I owned did the same thing. 

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You can easily replace that. They sell kits at Wally World. 

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Just got to a local tackle shop and have them replace the tip.  Usually just takes a lighter to loosen up the tip to slip it off, then they just glue on a new one.  They should have a box of rod tips handy.

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Have them repaired,  it should cost less than $20 buck

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The EXACT same thing happened to my favorite rod.  I got it replaced for 4 bucks at my tackle shop. Took em five minutes.

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Youtube a video up, go to the Mart of Walls and get a replacement kit and lighter if you don't have one, fix tip for a couple bucks. It's so simple, even I can do it.

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3 hours ago, thirtysixit said:

The EXACT same thing happened to my favorite rod.  I got it replaced for 4 bucks at my tackle shop. Took em five minutes.

It's a real pain in the a** it frays my line :/ 

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25 minutes ago, Pondboss16 said:

It's a real pain in the a** it frays my line :/ 

Yeah, that's why they inserts :Copy_of_icon_thumleft:

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This can happen to any rod. I had it happen to one of my fairly new croix legend tournaments not to long ago.I dropped mine off at a local shop and was back in business later  that day for less than 10 dollars. 

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