【DAIWA】 Handle Lock Retainer & Screw [M size] (No Nut) PINK
Our Selling Price: US$11.88
Retail Price: US$13.63
◆ Description of the product
This is a set item to fix a handle of DAIWA.
The screw of this version "B-type" is a little bigger than previous version.
And the hexagon socket of the screw head is 2.0mm wide.
(The previous version is 1.5mm.)
* Occasionally the design happens to be slightly changed depending on the production lot.
This set item is for STEEZ and Megabass ZONDA/IS etc., which does NOT include a NUT.
This item can be used for both Left and Right handles because there is no nut.
STEEZ and Megabass ZONDA/IS have a special handle nut which is built-in with a screw.
Please use the genuine brand nut because a common nut cannot be used on those reels.
・ZILLION TW HLC
( 1514SH, 1514SHL )
・ZILLION SV TW
( 1016SV, 1016SV-L, 1016SV-H, 1016SV-HL, 1016SV-SH, 1016SV-SHL, 1016SV-XXH, 1016SV-XXHL )
( 1516, 1516L, 1516H, 1516HL, 1516SH, 1516SHL, 1516XXH, 1516XXHL )
・STEEZ A TW
( 1016H, 1016HL, 1016SH, 1016SHL )
( 100H, 100HL, 100SH, 100SHL, 103H, 103HL )
( 6.3R, 6.3L )
・STEEZ LTD SV
( 105XH, 105XHL )
・STEEZ LTD SV TN
( 103H-TN, 103HL-TN )
・TATULA HD CUSTOM
( 150H-TW, 150HL-TW, 150SH-TW, 150SHL-TW, 153H-TW, 153HL-TW, 153SH-TW, 153SHL-TW )
・ALPHAS CT SV
( 70H, 70HL, 70SH, 70SHL )
・morethan PE SV
( 8.1R TW, 8.1L TW )
・morethan PE TW
( 1000SH-TW, 1000SHL-TW, 1000XH-TW, 1000XHL-TW )
( 100SH, 100SHL, 100P-RM, 100PL-RM )
・HPF PE SPECIAL
( 7.3R-TW, 7.3L-TW )
・ Megabass ZONDA Series
・ Megabass IS Series
◆ Attach the parts.
Please use our original "TRUST WRENCH" while changing out these parts.
Using our original"TRUST WRENCH"will keep you from unnecessarily scratching these parts while changing them out.
On right-handed model reels,please tighten down the handle nut by turning it in a clock-wise direction.Opposite for left-handed models.
You may order our original "TRUST WRENCH"by clicking right here >
If you have decided against ordering our original "TRUST WRENCH", please use a plastic bag or another thin material to
cover the nut while tightening your new handle nut.
Using a standard wrench for this process without covering the nut first,
almost guarantees you will scratch the anodization coat and will cause you to be unsatisfied with the final looks.
Please be forewarned!!