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    Question about Daiwa Procaster PM33SH?
from saamin (24.118.220.7)  
1/29/2003 4:08:00 PM

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 Could someone explain the difference between pm33sh and pr733? Both are 2 bearing, both are 7:1, what are the different letters PM, PR and PT? Any other tidbits about the 7:1 ratio reels by daiwa would be helpful. Thanks, steve


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   Pt33sh from Angler's Paradise & Marine  1/29/2003 4:34:00 PM
 The P is Procaster and the T is Tournament Series. The PT33P is a 5 bearing reel with 5.1:1 ratio and the PT33SH is a 5 bearing 7.1:1 ratio. The other letters you are asking about I can't help with.I only stock the 7.:1 @ $99.99 Toll free 877-702-2500

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   PM vs PR vsPT from Heartland Tackle Service  1/29/2003 9:08:00 PM
 All of these reels are virtually identical, except for the use of bearings versus bushing. The only difference between the PM and PR is the the PR has a bearing on the drive shaft and under the cast cap, while the PM has a bushings in these locations. The PT replaces all of the bushings with ball bearings.


Jim Johns, Heartland Tackle Service
(316) 250-9349 Days -- (316) 684-8905 Evenings & Weekends
email: bfhp@heartlandtackleservice.com


   Nice to see they brought these reels back from Lynn (206.28.58.230)  1/30/2003 10:48:00 AM
 I bought one several years ago, that I use for buzzbaits, and jerkbaits. I replaced all the bushings with bearings. It still doesn't cast as well compared to other reels, but I can crank the handle slow keeping the buzz bait on top, and it's a dream reeling in the slack, when working a jerk bait fast.


   Lynn, from Heartland Tackle Service  1/30/2003 12:32:00 PM
 If you haven't done so already, replacing the stock bearings with ABEC7s will increase your smoothness and casting distance. I've done this on several older Daiwa reels with excellent success. There are three bearings on the spool shaft -- 1 in the palm plate, 1 in the inside of the right side of the frame, and 1 under the cast cap.


Jim Johns, Heartland Tackle Service
(316) 250-9349 Days -- (316) 684-8905 Evenings & Weekends
email: bfhp@heartlandtackleservice.com


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