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Daiwa Legalis LT 2500 v 3000 spool

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I’m looking at the Daiwa Legalis 2500 or 3000 but I want a wider spool. Would the 3000 have a wider spool or just a deeper spool? I’ve heard a lot of positives about wider spooked spinning reels. Looking to stay with Daiwa if you have another reel that you know is a wider spool. 

 

Thanks!

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10 minutes ago, LEWITH said:

I’m looking at the Daiwa Legalis 2500 or 3000 but I want a wider spool. Would the 3000 have a wider spool or just a deeper spool? I’ve heard a lot of positives about wider spooked spinning reels. Looking to stay with Daiwa if you have another reel that you know is a wider spool. 

 

Thanks!

The spools appear to come in deep or shallow models, but here is the link to Daiwa's Legalis [LT] product page where you can see the legend they use in the model number and what each letter/number means... sort of like a vehicle VIN number.

http://www.daiwa.com/us/contents/reels/legalislt/index.html

 

I personally have always been a fan of the BG series [Black & Gold] and still use my original BG13 which is now around 35 years old. The other spinning reel I have is a Revros 2500 which I don't use often, but performs incredibly well.

 

All my other reels are Daiwa Tatula baitcasters CT-R, CT, 100H, 100HS, SV TWH, and the Cabela's [discontinued] Arachnid 5:3:1 which was made by Daiwa as a less expensive version of the Tatula

 

Best of luck in your decision ...

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