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Who works on spinning rods? (New rings needed) #14545050 11/24/22 05:17 AM
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I would like to upgrade the rings on 2 of my spinning reels. Who works on rods in the Tarrant County or Johnson County areas? Thank you.

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Re: Who works on spinning rods? (New rings needed) [Re: dmunsie] #14545806 11/25/22 01:02 AM
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Big John's Rod and Reel Repair in Weatherford can take care of you. (817) 597-8273

PS - I know that's not Tarrant or Johnson County but still not too far way.

Re: Who works on spinning rods? (New rings needed) [Re: dmunsie] #14545925 11/25/22 04:08 AM
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+1 on Big John. Worth the drive.


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