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Denali Rod warranty #13196843 06/26/19 05:10 PM
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So, couple years ago I picked up a Denali N2 at Skeeters Owners. Never used the rod till a couple weeks ago. Its a 7-0 Hvy, and the tip broke about 4 inches down on 17pd Flouro. Rod still looks like new, and I get it that a lot of reasons why a rod breaks.

I looked up the warranty and it is Limited Lifetime. They want $125 plus shipping to replace it. I called them to confirm the price and process. The guy I spoke with said yes, it's $125 plus shipping since your not on Prostaff.

Is the rod worth replacing? Seems pretty steep compared to other warranties out there.

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Re: Denali Rod warranty [Re: stxsangler] #13196924 06/26/19 06:39 PM
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I wouldn't do it nor would I buy another of their rods.

Re: Denali Rod warranty [Re: stxsangler] #13196967 06/26/19 07:24 PM
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Only 4" broken? I'd put a new tip on it for a buck and a half and use it, but that is just me.


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Re: Denali Rod warranty [Re: stxsangler] #13197429 06/27/19 02:09 AM
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Nope. Iím cheap so Iíd just have a tip put on it and use it for a frog rod... pitching to tight places and under docks. I ainít ever used a bad rod... just some better than others.

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