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    Re: Looking for a reel

    Quote Originally Posted by Teabag  View Original Post
    Check out Kent Tooling's reels - superb quality and will last a lifetime.

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    Anybody know how I can purchase one of these here in the states? I tried emailing them, but they haven't responded.

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    Re: Looking for a reel

    Another vote for Kent Tooling.John Perrin is a very disposable person and his products are awsome.

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    Re: Looking for a reel

    I think they responded to my emails but I finally called them because I was ordering 8 different reels for some of my buddies and I wanted to make sure I had all the options straight.

    I was fortunate enough to have a contact going to England and she brought back the reels for us. It was going to cost about $150 to ship all the reels back to the US. They are heavy. We probably had 40 pounds worth of reels.

    I would call them to speed things up. Expect $20-30 shipping to the US. It is a lifetime reel assuming it doesn't get lost.
    TT

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    Re: Looking for a reel

    Quote Originally Posted by comodiver  View Original Post
    Another vote for Kent Tooling.John Perrin is a very disposable person and his products are awsome.
    I wouldn't normally comment on something said by a member for whom English was not their first language (Especially as I only speak Australian, English and have a vague grasp of American) but...

    I am not entirely sure that it is complimentary to refer to someone as disposable!

    Cheers,

    Ben.

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