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Old 06-19-2011, 08:53 AM
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Cap... I have looked at a few Penn oldsters online, greenies mostly, and have yet to pull the trigger on one. Which models came in that nice metallic blue with the brushed aluminum sideplate?... I hate to say it, but to a certain degree it does come down to asthetics. I just really like that simple, stock, vintage look. Also, if I'm gonna drop the dough on one, I might as well get exactly what I want. Size -wise I guess I'm in need of a 710 (Med-MedLrg)... just not sure if a 710 came like that. I could be on a white elephant hunt. Any idea which in the 700 series were of that blueish variety? thx...tjd
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Old 06-23-2011, 07:08 AM
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Hard to say on the production year but i've seen them with the brushed sideplate and with the emblem so i'm assuming earlier production years. Don't think i've ever seen a 710 with that tint though.
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hey guys ! i love this site and just joined today ! beautifull reel ! i have a question. i love the penn coventionals and i have a few. my question is this : is the 49 mariner spool the same as a sailfisher 130 ? im asking because i want to put an aluminum spool on my 130. any info is appreciated thanks guys !!!!
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Welcome mongo. I'm not sure... the 130 sailfisher looks a little bit wider than the 49L Mariner in the schematics, but it could just be the drawing. Scotts has the aluminum spool for the 49L Mariner for $31.50. If I were you, I'd ask them, as I'm sure they could tell you for certain.
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Hey guys been looking online and calling some parts shops. I want to convert my 710z to bailess and i am finding that no more kits are available. I recently ordered a kit for my 704z and had seen articles on other sites and random blogs about the 710's. I had seen a post on some site that a gent. had described the parts# to order to make your own kit for the 710 but now I can find it anywhere. If anyone has any suggestions wether buying another and cutting the bail and using the parts my thought. Or if anyone has a better idea or knows of a kit It would greatly be Appreciated!

And also just wanted to jknow if the chuck guy mentioned on the firs couple of pages from way back was chuck hell. I dont think he is around anymore I read it somewhere else but most probably already no that

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Old 08-28-2011, 09:52 AM
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i would love to know the part # too, i cant find a kit for mine either..
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Old 09-02-2011, 08:37 PM
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Anybody hear from RJ? Been trying to get a hold of him with no results.

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Old 09-07-2011, 10:20 AM
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Penn Restoration - NOTICE: This domain name expired on 09/09/2011 and is pending renewal or deletion.

Do you have a new site RJ?
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Old 09-29-2011, 11:15 PM
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No i don't. Striper Jim was hosting my last one and he no longer runs this website so i really don't know what happened. It wasn't a big deal just some pics of the reels i had done and a link to my e-mail.
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Here are my first re paints and coats !
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Old 05-24-2012, 02:42 PM
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Hey guys been looking online and calling some parts shops. I want to convert my 710z to bailess and i am finding that no more kits are available. I recently ordered a kit for my 704z and had seen articles on other sites and random blogs about the 710's. I had seen a post on some site that a gent. had described the parts# to order to make your own kit for the 710 but now I can find it anywhere. If anyone has any suggestions wether buying another and cutting the bail and using the parts my thought. Or if anyone has a better idea or knows of a kit It would greatly be Appreciated!

And also just wanted to jknow if the chuck guy mentioned on the firs couple of pages from way back was chuck hell. I dont think he is around anymore I read it somewhere else but most probably already no that

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I'm having the same problem. There was an article about using (I think) a Mitchel bailless kit, but I can't find it any more.

Anyone have any information about converting a 710 to bailless?
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Old 06-16-2012, 02:24 AM
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New completions!!!!
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Very nice. Looks like you found the right shade of green. I also like the orange one, put a black power knob and drag knob on and she'll be real sweet!

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Thanks but unfortunately we were fishing in pcb and i hooked up with a shark and the internal main gear broke off in my handle so now i need a new gear!
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