【Avail】 SHIMANO PALMING PLATE PPLATE-CNQ50 (for CALCUTTA CONQUEST 50/51)

【Avail】 SHIMANO PALMING PLATE PPLATE-CNQ50 (for CALCUTTA CONQUEST 50/51)

Our Selling Price: US$48.40

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| Description of the product
PPLATE-CNQ50

CALCUTTA CONQUEST

This item is "side cover" for CALCUTTA CONQUEST 50/51
to make it lighter and fancy-looking.
We call the item "PALMING PLATE".

| Spool colors
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・ CHAMPAGNE GOLD

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・ RED

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・ GREEN

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・ BROWN

| Spec
| Material

PPLATE-CNQ50 : extra super duralumin (A2017)

| Compatibility

SHIMANO CALCUTTA CONQUEST 50/51

| Weight

PPLATE-CNQ50 : approx. 3.8g
<Weight of genuine plate> : approx. 6.2g

| How to replace
* Tools such as an adjustable wrench and a screw driver are necessary.

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Loosen the knob which is under the mechanical brake knob
to open the side plate of the other side.

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There is a fixing screw on a small brown plate.
Remove the screw to pull the shaft out of main unit.

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Remove the E-shaped retainer on the shaft with a flat-blade screwdriver.
(Please make sure not to lose the retainer.

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Take the all small parts off the shaft.
(aluminum pipe with a rubber ring, small brown plate, spring)

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Take the shaft off the plate by turning it with an adjustable wrench.

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Then tighten the shaft on a PPLATE-CNQ50 with an adjustable wrench.

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Put those parts (aluminum pipe with a rubber ring, small brown plate, spring) back through the shaft as they were by holding them with your fingers.

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Fix the E-shaped retainer to the groove of the shaft
while pushing down the aluminum pipe with your fingers.
(Please make sure not to lose the retainer.)

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Place the shaft back into the main unit, and fix with the screw.

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Place the "plate" at the right position, then tighten the knob under the Mechanical Brake knob to finish up.