[GOLD Works] TAKUMI Bearings “for Drag” with Special Wrench (KOKUCHI Style, TAGEI Style)

[GOLD Works] TAKUMI Bearings “for Drag” with Special Wrench (KOKUCHI Style, TAGEI Style)

Our Selling Price: US$23.80 [Regular Price: US$34.00]


Product Description

GOLD Works presents an original project.
The first installment is the meticulously crafted “TAKUMI Bearings.”
Just bearings? No, in reels, bearings are everything.
A lineup of six types tailored to various uses is available.
Step into the world of self-satisfaction and experience the difference.

“TAKUMI Bearings”

Bearings are selected from a large number of domestic bearing units based on strict criteria.
After passing through meticulous processes, only 30% make it to the final product.

Please experience the difference in feeling.

The lineup focuses on the “durability” and “precision” required for internal drive system bearings.
A large number of base bearings are hand-selected and coated one by one.
Only those that meet the standards are shielded again at the factory.

Size Lineup

“KOKUCHI Style” *High-Speed Model

A high-speed model tuned for higher initial speed with minimal input.
It prevents line breaks from sudden bites typical in smallmouth lake fishing.
Safe to use with lines under 2lb.

“TAGEI Style” *Low-Speed Model

Carefully treated with a blend of high and medium-viscosity oils.
Suitable for all fish species and fishing styles, regardless of whether fluorocarbon, nylon, or PE lines are used.
Compatible with seabass games, rockfish, and extremely fine PE lines used in tai-rubber and tai-tenya games.

- 1170 (7mm-11mm-3mm) × 1170 (7mm-11mm-3mm)
- 1170 (7mm-11mm-3mm) × 1060 (6mm-10mm-3mm)
- 1170 (7mm-11mm-2.5mm) × 1170 (7mm-11mm-2.5mm)
- 1170 (7mm-11mm-2.5mm) × 1060 (6mm-10mm-2.5mm)

*Thickness options: 3mm and 2.5mm.
*All bearings are open-type.

Installation and Maintenance of TAKUMI Bearings

TAKUMI Bearings are oil-treated at the time of shipment and can be used as is.
To maximize performance, please check the following instructions.


1. Open the package, wipe off excess oil with a tissue or paper, and install it as is.

2. Rotate the handle and check for any abnormal noises.

3. Remove the spool again, wipe off any scattered oil, and reassemble.


1. Use the recommended grease oil indicated on the package or oil of a similar viscosity.

2. For regular maintenance, add more oil. If dirt or debris causes rotation issues, use a parts cleaner to degrease, dry thoroughly, and reapply oil.

(Rest assured that cleaning with an ultrasonic cleaner will not remove the coating.)

3. Avoid applying grease, as it may significantly reduce performance.

*Resistance is minimized for long-distance models compared to other models, which may result in noticeable noise. In such cases, lightly apply low-viscosity oil to the bearing contact area using a fine brush. Be careful not to apply too much, which may impair the original rotation performance.