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Rod spigot, (from a daiwa carp rod)

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  • Rod spigot, (from a daiwa carp rod)

    Unusual ask,

    My spigot is cracked, taken out, but in need of one from a broken bottom section of a daiwa rod, the spigot needs to be 9/10 mm thick where it come out of bottom section,

    If someone has a knackered bottom section and would hacksaw about 6 inches from top of butt section to post as a letter to me would be ideal, pay for it and cover post etc.

    Pm if you can help. Thanks lee.
    Lee Davison, Period Furniture Restoration, Carpentry. In Norfolk.

  • #2
    if someone can help with a spigot from a damaged return rod in the trade, and would hacksaw 6" down from top of bottom section, would be helpful. needs to be 9mm. i put daiwa but any other brand would be ok.

    thanks lee.
    Lee Davison, Period Furniture Restoration, Carpentry. In Norfolk.

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    • #3
      Easiest way to Fix is make the Spigot Solid by inserting a plug
      We always used a piece of Solid Glass or anything Similar this is a lpt Easier than replacing split spigot
      And a hell of a lot Stronger .
      Colin

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      • #4
        colin, thought about it but 2 reasons. 1 the spigot had been sanded badly bodge job, 2 the crack went beyond the bottom section,

        asking on the forums i go on, here.piker pit and cemex, another cringed when i told him i drilled it out in 3 stages of size drill bits. patience and the lap of the gods. im committed to it now. just need someone to up a bottom section with correct size diameter spigot.

        i can chip the carbon blank away to get the spigot in 1 piece, gutted daiwa could not help. they are normally spot on, but its a 20 yr old rod.lee.
        Lee Davison, Period Furniture Restoration, Carpentry. In Norfolk.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by norwich lad View Post
          colin, thought about it but 2 reasons. 1 the spigot had been sanded badly bodge job, 2 the crack went beyond the bottom section,

          asking on the forums i go on, here.piker pit and cemex, another cringed when i told him i drilled it out in 3 stages of size drill bits. patience and the lap of the gods. im committed to it now. just need someone to up a bottom section with correct size diameter spigot.

          i can chip the carbon blank away to get the spigot in 1 piece, gutted daiwa could not help. they are normally spot on, but its a 20 yr old rod.lee.
          Lee
          i willget my son to go through my Rod room on Saturday when he comes over
          see if there is something there
          What rod is it @
          May be a remote chance of me finding a Butt
          Will get back to ypu as soon as i know
          Regards Col
          Colin

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          • #6
            Colin,

            Just seen this, I have sent a pm. If can help,would be great. Thanks lee.
            Lee Davison, Period Furniture Restoration, Carpentry. In Norfolk.

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