ABU Morrum SX 3600C UltraMAG,IVCB - Avail Microcast Spool -
Our Selling Price: US$57.60 [Regular Price: US$82.28]
Retail Price: US$111.96
｜Regarding the stock of AVAIL product
It takes us two to three days to get ready to send Avail products
because we order them from the Avail factory.
Sometimes they might be out of stock at the timing of your order.
In the case of a stockout, we refund your purchase price immediately.
Avail Microcast Spool SXUM 3640 (The spool rim level is 4.0mm)
This is light spool model for ABU Morrum SX 3600C/3601C UltraMAG & IVCB.
Microcast Spool SXUM
The spool pictured left is a genuine spool of 3601C UltraMAG.
Compare to Microcast Spool pictured right.
Spool : extra super duralumin
Shaft : stainless-steel
ABU Morrum SX 3600C/3601C UltraMAG & IVCB
Microcast Spool SXUM 3640 : 9.6g
(The weight ratio against genuine product approximately 66%)
ABU genuine spool SX 3600C UltraMAG : 14.4g
SXUM3640 16Lb-70m ： 14Lb-80m ： 12Lb-95m ： 10Lb-110m ： 8Lb-130m
※The numerical value mentioned above is the result of measuring by winding nylon line up to the edge of spool rim.
｜How to interchange spool
(Take 3601C IVCB as an example)
The reel pictured in the above photo is Abu Garcia's 3601C IVCB.
Step one, please remove the brake parts from the stock spool and place them in the same order on your new Microcast spool.
To remove the brake parts, please use a small precision flathead screwdriver and gently pry them off.
After you have removed the brake parts you will notice that there are 2 brake arms attached. You will also notice that there are 2 empty brake arm holders available. If needed, you can attach 2 more brakes and make your reel a 4 brake version at this time.
Next, place the brake parts on your new Microcast spool. This should be very easy to accomplish.
After you have replaced the brake parts on your new spool, simply replace the new spool back onto your reel and you will be finished.
Changing out the magnets on your Ultramag
The stock magnets found on your Ultramag are quite weak. Please change them out with our thick and
strong custom ones. The brake setting will feel different, but we recommend using them for easier and smoother casting.
｜Part 1 Changing magnets out one at a time.
First, please set your mag dial to 15. (This will allow for quicker and easier changes.)
Please use your reel wrench to remove the stock magnets.
Place the tip of your wrench over one magnet and remove it.
It should be easy to remove the magnet as they are simply fitted in each hole.
* Some wrenches are made from stainless steel and may not work. If your wrench is stainless, please use a flathead screwdriver to remove the magnets.
After you have removed one magnet, please replace that magnet with your new one. Please make sure that you have replaced each magnet in the right direct and that they are firmly seated back in their proper position.
After you have finished replacing all the magnets your reel should look like this. If not, you need to take apart the unit. Instructions to do so will be found below.
｜Part 2 Taking apart the unit and replacing the magnets
First, set your mag dial to 1
Next, place your reel wrench as shown in the above photo.
Next, use the wrench to remove the black cap. Becareful not to lose the spring found underneath that cap when removing!
After you have removed the cap and spring,next please remove the plate from your reel.Next remove each magnet from their retainer. (Do not remove the mag plate found underneath the magnets)
If you know how to remove everything, this is an easier way.
Please align the magnet holder with the grooves. After you have finished all the above steps, re-assemble your reel and your finished.
After you have your reel back together, please make sure that your mag dial is working correctly.