Desigur, cine tine musai poate da 200$ pe o mulineta mai proasta
Explicatii de-a fir a par gasiti la sursa http://www.fishingkaki.com/forum/viewto ... ae10b928d9
Interesant e ca omul, care are o mare experienta, sustine ca varianta produsa in Thailanda are o serie de imbunatatiri la materiale fata de cele mai vechi, produse in Japonia, si ca daca vrei sa ai un SS Tournament de top trebuie sa iei una facuta in Thailanda, s-o desfaci, si s-o montezi tu ca japonezii .
Alte doua topicuri pe acelasi subiect (intretinere si modificare SS Tournament) sunt astea
http://www.fishingkaki.com/forum/viewto ... 59c36f53f7
Many of us love the SS and still prefer it than the newer designs. It has proven to be rugged, dependable and will last for many years. Despite its much-raved reputation, it is an old and considered retro in styling and features. However, it will out perform many new reels.
1. “Silent” static anti reverse for quiet retrieve (the anti reverse is actually a tooth and latch design). It is strong and will not slip; unless the force is so great it may break the catch. In theory it is more dependable than the Shimano roller stopper design as it will not slip. However Shimano has instant action, this design needs to travel about 15 degrees for the catch to hook onto the tooth to take effect. In practice, this design is more noisy but definitely more reliable.