What Happened to the TLD 10?

Discussion in 'Fishing Reels' started by [email protected], Mar 16, 2010.

  1. dnichols36

    dnichols36 Member

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    They arent perfect cosmetically, but they are 20 years old and when compared to what else is out there, they are in excellent shape.
     
  2. Walter_Lars

    Walter_Lars Newbie

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    the older TLD all the markings were just silk screen'ed on so they rub off easy
    they rugged built like a tank but with out going :hali_blablalba:
    I love mine
    if ya wanna know how to rebuild them check in Sensi Alan Tani
     
  3. TR!$T@N.

    [email protected] Newbie

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    wanna sell yours?
     
  4. jim isbell

    jim isbell Well-Known "Member"

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    Do we know the drag poundage for the TLD 10?
     
  5. alantani

    alantani I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    a safe working load is 7 to 10 pounds at strike.
     
  6. jim isbell

    jim isbell Well-Known "Member"

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    Thank you Dr. Tani, Jim
     

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