Penn Baja Special Reel Service

Discussion in 'World Of PENN' started by keelkemper, May 2, 2012.

  1. keelkemper

    keelkemper baja angler

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    Keel Kemper
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    I have four Penn Baja Special Reels that are in need of a good service after my last trip to Baja. I know I could do the work myself, but that would not be playing into my strengths. Where is a good reputable place to send them off to be professionally serivce or maintained. Nothing broken, they just need a good clean, oil and maintenance. Thanks
     
  2. screamingreel

    screamingreel Long Range Fanatic

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    Ken's Custom Reel in Oceanside ~ 760-967-7335

    They do excellent work!

    - Jeff
     
  3. richardblufin

    richardblufin Newbie

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    Squid co San Diego. 15bucks,plus parts drags etc. Best PLACE IN TOWN.THEY WON'T TAKE YA TO THE CLEANERS.
     
  4. dan1

    dan1 Well-Known "Member"

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    Might not be economical to send it to CA for service. You can service it yourself. These reels are really easy to clean and re-lube. At least open the reel and see for yourself, if it's too complicated then you can always send it in afterwards.
     
  5. tunanorth

    tunanorth Well-Known "Member"

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    The 113HN's are very easy to do yourself, but the main Penn Service Center in Philadelphia can definitely handle it for you.
    http://www.pennreels.com/service
     
  6. falconer

    falconer Member

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    All excellent suggestions. My experience is with with Squidco and Penn. Both are top notch.
     
  7. 2strokepoke

    2strokepoke nimrod

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    mahi tackle in huntington beach, ca. good shop, fair pricing
     
  8. plj46

    plj46 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    He lives in Maine.Service them yourself,a Penn reel is just about the easiest reel to take apart and clean.
     
  9. alantani

    alantani Well-Known "Member"

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  10. NachoOne

    NachoOne Not your normal Nachos

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    I recommend you check out the Alantani page, it is easly to do and really will make your reel better than new. YOU CAN DO IT!
     

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