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#10896531 - 06/04/15 09:52 PM Shakespeare reel parts
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I lost a screw from the bail on one of my reels. I looked online but all they sell is outfits. Where can I get a replacement screw?
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#10896610 - 06/04/15 10:21 PM Re: Shakespeare reel parts [Re: Tommar]
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I searched online as well, no good answer for you.
This is a stretch.....................................................another similar screw on the reel for comparison, then just go to Lowe's or Home Depot?

As I said, it's a s t r e t c h!

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#10896683 - 06/04/15 10:45 PM Re: Shakespeare reel parts [Re: Tommar]
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Thought about that too 65 but this thing is really small. Plus I don't know it might be metric. Where are Shakespeare reels made?

I don't want to take the chance of messing up the first couple threads. It's on a UL reel.

If I have to I will but would almost rather spend three times more and making absolutely sure of getting the right one.
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#10896846 - 06/05/15 12:49 AM Re: Shakespeare reel parts [Re: Tommar]
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More than likely, they are Eastern produced, but country of origin, who knows.

Research shows Shakespeare was acquired by K2, Inc, in 1996, then Jarden, a sporting goods company in 2007...

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#10896848 - 06/05/15 01:00 AM Re: Shakespeare reel parts [Re: Tommar]
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Oh, and the best bet is to go to a repair shop and ask them to look in their drawer of spare parts.

...wisdom

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#10897357 - 06/05/15 10:11 AM Re: Shakespeare reel parts [Re: Tommar]
Nathan "Bull" Montgomery Offline
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They probably don't offer parts because you can just go buy another brand new one for $20. Not worth having parts stocked to fix cheap reels I would imagine. I agree with your best bet being finding someone with a bunch of spare parts/screws. Bound to find one close enough to work eventually

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