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  • Heres one for ya...

    I have a daiwa sr1 with 2 Power top 2 kits, One Match Top 3 kit and 1 top 2 kit with cups on it so 4 top kits overall.. Im thinking of buying another top kit for £25

    How much value would you say is added to the overall cost of the pole when another top kit is bought?

    And if the top kits are elasticated.



    I have quite a bit of money at the moment and im wondering wether to sell my sr1 and get a pole for around £250 but i suppose my dad did buy me that in september for my birthday....hmmm

    What do you think?
    Connor
    Last edited by connor; 25 November 2010, 09:06 AM.
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    I'd stick with the sr1,connor and if you want to spend some money,then upgrade other bits,like rods and reels-remember you're still learning,so the sr1 is ideal for now. You been out robbing banks,mate? ;-)
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    • #3
      Well as i got new box got that shakespeare one going tonight. £30!!!!!
      And i sold another seatbox on another forum for 30.
      Paper round being rather generous with their payments as the moment,
      So im a happy bunny.
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      • #4
        Happy days mate! You've got more money than me! ;-)
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        • #5
          Originally posted by paul k View Post
          I'd stick with the sr1,connor and if you want to spend some money,then upgrade other bits,like rods and reels-remember you're still learning,so the sr1 is ideal for now. You been out robbing banks,mate? ;-)
          Good advice as always P.K
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