Source for replacement rollers ?

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  1. Shimano Penn

    Shimano Penn Well-Known "Member"

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    I need to replace a few Aftco rollers on some ~20 year old rods. Squidco has some brass ones but these appear to be stainless steel. Suggestions ?
     
  2. Capt Richie

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    call Aftco & ask who carries them in your area...

    If your having problems let me know... I can get them
     
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    Looking for the round Aftco rollers? New or used...??
     
  4. FAT CAT

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    Mud Hole carries AFTCO replacement rollers.
     
  5. Shimano Penn

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    Thanks for the replies. They are easy enough to find on the net although I actually couldn't find them on the mudhole site. I found them on Sea Isle Tackle for $5 ea but I'm unsure about size. It's not like they give dimensions but they say GUIDE ASSEMBLY-FITS ALL REGULAR AND HEAVY DUTY so I'm guessing it's the right one since these are just your basic older style guides, not wind on, big foot, etc.
     
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    Yes, they're all the same for the regular and HDs, except the tip roller is different (I think). The Wind-on and Big Foot are larger.
     
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