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    Re: Aluminum fishing pole connector?

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    hi,
    I was visiting in Oxnard and went to Turner Sports. They didn’t have what I needed but told me to try Hyun’s tackle in Ventura. He had the connector. I would recommend both places.

    mark

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    Re: Aluminum fishing pole connector?

    You can’t fix stupid, no matter how much duct tape you use!
    Doing the best I can with what's left.

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    Re: Aluminum fishing pole connector?

    Thanks for the info

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    Re: Aluminum fishing pole connector?

    Fishermans Warehouse in Sacramento has a guy who does rod repair.

    You might check with them and see if he can do it depending on where you're located.

    Mike

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    Re: Aluminum fishing pole connector?

    https://fishingstatus.com/places/directory/groupid/5391

    He does great work. Lotta places on line but you need exact measurements.
    You can’t fix stupid, no matter how much duct tape you use!
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    Aluminum fishing pole connector?

    13C244FD-7C5F-4AE8-9EBE-9C7CE3462496.jpgHi,
    I have a two piece fishing pole with aluminum connection. I tried all lubricants and cold treatment but couldn’t separate. I took a blow torch and separated the fiberglass pole from aluminum connector. Does anyone know who sells aluminum connectors? I can’t use the old connector because one side is split

    Thanks
    Mark
    Last edited by MarkZ; 11-29-2019 at 10:18 PM.

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