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Anyone know where I can buy some new drag washers for Quantum reels? PT 600, 650, 860 are the models that I have.

 

Allen

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If you measure the washers, you could give Dawn at smooth drag a call. They have a bunch of sizes and possibly have ones that’ll match up. You could also buy a sheet of the carbontex washer material and cut your own drag washers from it. 

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Here ya go, this is the website quantum sells their parts through! Every reel is listed just gotta look or type it in

Is the part doesn't show up with a cost or anything just call them, very very nice staff!

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Try quantum direct but a lot of parts for those older reels are out of stock. Smoothdrag is a good alternative but I'm pretty sure you'll need to stack carbontex washers to get the right thickness. 

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6 minutes ago, Delaware Valley Tackle said:

Try quantum direct but a lot of parts for those older reels are out of stock. Smoothdrag is a good alternative but I'm pretty sure you'll need to stack carbontex washers to get the right thickness. 

If you have to stack washers, is it okay to go over the OE spec? By a few mm. Also, should you grease them to stop them from wearing against each other? 

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Don't over do it or the drag won't back off and nothing to gain on the other end. I'd stack them dry expecting the metal mating surfaces to slip first. 

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4 hours ago, DomQ said:

Here ya go, this is the website quantum sells their parts through! Every reel is listed just gotta look or type it in

Is the part doesn't show up with a cost or anything just call them, very very nice staff!

Website is not in your post.

 

Allen

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