Reel seat and grip epoxy

The American Tackle Company

yft1979

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Interesting, might have to try that out when I run out! Thanks for the heads up
 

Capt. G

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Expensive, at the very least.

Why not simply use two part epoxy that is specifically made for rod building?
I currently use eight different types of two part epoxy...and while I am not a chemist, it is very easy to see all are different, and all have their specific applications.

Not saying that your info is not appreciated...choices are always good to look at...but with it costing only a few cents to glue on a reel seat, I seen no reason to search for a non rod building product that is may or may not be cheaper.




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Epoxy Resin Glue None Sagging High Strength 64oz. kit

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Ken Preston

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I've used this product. It's quite good. The only thing I don't like about it is the shape of the containers. They're taller than wide & I get the stuff all over my hand when pulling it out of the jars. Should note they also have a product called "Max Seal" that works really well as a color preserver that's sold in larger volumes than "normal" CP
 

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The shipping was alot more reasonable within the united states. As far as rod building epoxy goes yes some have special purposes and may lubricate or dry within a specific amount of time. But they basically all do the same thing glue the rod together, as far as the price of it seems to come in alot cheaper than most of the other stuff I have seen that is for rod building. And from what I have seen as far as results with using it, it works as good as anything I have bought from rod building suppliers.