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Old 10-29-2010, 06:24 AM
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Does anyone know what the SB stands for on an old lamiglas surf rod.
Example: SB####M
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Old 10-29-2010, 03:52 PM
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Seriously though those letters in the beginning are for the model. Could possibly have been surf bar as a predecessor to the gsb models they have now. Any idea on the ratings on it?
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Old 10-30-2010, 06:21 PM
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I believe the sb means surf blank because gsb means graphite surf blank
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Old 10-31-2010, 09:41 AM
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Okay... the full number is SB1363M. I'm assuming the M is for medium. What is the last 3 for? It is a one piece rod.
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Old 10-31-2010, 12:37 PM
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The SB1363M is a fiberglass surf blank and is rated for 4-8 oz.
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Old 10-31-2010, 04:38 PM
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Thanks for the information. If that last number was a 4, what would the lure weight be?
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Thanks for the information. If that last number was a 4, what would the lure weight be?

Blank# 9703
9 = Boat or trolling
70=inches
3=med. light if it was a 5 =heavy action
2F=fast action,pluggin
3m worm
4 is live bait on a surf rod if I remember right or chunks of bait
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The Lamiglas SB stands for Surf Blank. The 136 is the inches. The 3 or 4 # after is the rod power rating ( only compared to other Lamiglas blanks in the same series) The L, M, F, would stand for Light, Med, Fast.

The Lamiglas glass surf rods were called Super Cutters and the # then were SC1264 ect... I beleive that when Lamiglas stated making graphite blanks in the late `70's they changed the prefix to SB for all their surf glass blanks. They do this with many blanks, MB = Mag bass, BT Boat and troll, GSB= Graphite Surf Bar,SSU= Super Surf. they are all a prefix for their series.
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I thought MB was mooching blank ? Mag bass ?? What does Mag stand for??
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I thought MB was mooching blank ? Mag bass ?? What does Mag stand for??
Mag stands for Magnum or heavy freshwater bass. Lamiglas I think only calls the MB a light salt and bait blank. Since glass blanks are on the way out they have combined a few actions into catagorys. You would nearly never use a 8 or 9 ft blank in freshwater.
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