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Old 01-20-2010, 06:28 PM
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I'm assuming that the old fiberglass rod in question is a two piece and would have a couple of guides intefering with the replacement of the grip. It would be easier, in my opinion, to remove the reel seat hardware, reem the cork grip out enough to slide over the butt end of the blank and then epoxy the reel seat hardware back on. A winding check could be placed in front of the cork grip if the reemed out cork leaves a gap between the blank and the cork.
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