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I'm looking at the Shimano Citica with a gear ratio of 6.2:1. What is the difference between the CI200D, CI200DPV, and the CI200DSV? I noticed that they both have the same number of bearings. Does it have something to do with the size of the spool? I need some help, as I am now really confused. :-/

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Does it have something to do with the size of the spool?

bingo :(

The 100's are a little smaller...just so you know ;)

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The line capacity and/ or the gear ratio:

200D.- GR 6.2:1, IPT 26, line capacity --> 8/180, 10/155, 14/110

200DPV.- GR 5:1 IPT 21

200DSV.- Same gear ratio, same IPT but different line capacity 10/180, 12/150, 14/120

100DSV.- smaller reel, lighter, no HEG gearing.

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Raul covered it...i forgot to mention the DPV is a lower gear version.

I'm looking to get a 100D after winter.

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Delo's has all three 200 models in the same gear ratio, so the only difference is the size of the spool and IPT?

Thanks for the help!

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Posted by: Burley Posted on: Today at 1:26pm

No, the DPV is 5.1:1.  

I stand corrected.  my mistake.  :-[  

Thanks, no more confusion here.  Now, If I could just find someone to teach me how to read.  

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