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Re: Reel papers
Post 02 Apr 2015, 15:42 • #151 
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I recently acquired (from Orvis' superb customer service dept.) the manual for the Orvis DXR Anti-reverse reels.
It's in PDF form. What is the best way to post it here?
It's pretty basic, a schematic and maintenance instructions plus it shows how to switch it from LHR to RHR.
It also shows the correct configuration for the disc springs under the drag knob, which is something I had a hard time finding online.
I do not have any online photo sharing accounts.


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Re: Reel papers
Post 02 Apr 2015, 19:02 • #152 
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If you open the pdf can you copy it and paste here?


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Re: Reel papers
Post 03 Apr 2015, 11:16 • #153 
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It won't let me paste it here.
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Edit to add: If anybody ever needs the Orvis DXR Anti-reverse PDF, just PM me and I'll email it to you.


Last edited by Elwha on 07 Apr 2015, 14:01, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: Reel papers
Post 08 Apr 2015, 15:12 • #154 
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Re: Reel papers
Post 18 Nov 2015, 23:08 • #155 
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New Hardy St George Reel Manual (Includes Hotspur which is pictured).

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I tell ya she's a beauty. I don't think you can go wrong if the St George series is the only Hardy model you ever had. Simple elegance.


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Re: Reel papers
Post 11 Dec 2015, 23:13 • #156 
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Paperwork for an Orvis Battenkill Ultralite reel by JW Young.

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Re: Reel papers
Post 25 Dec 2015, 04:26 • #157 
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The Wm. Salter & Grandson "Tribute"

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Re: Reel papers
Post 25 Dec 2015, 14:57 • #158 
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Fly tie, this is a great post. I have a lightweight and a lightweight w. They are great reels. I fish them on an ff70 and an ff806. I have fished them RHW for as long as I,haved owned the reels. I can't wait to convert them to LHW. Thanks.


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Re: Reel papers
Post 29 Dec 2015, 15:53 • #159 
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newbie on the sight ,,,, great stuff,,,i have found myself longing for those old click and pawl reels .... that i should have never sold.... and now trying to replace ... now that i am in my 60's i should have listen to the voices and never sold any


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Re: Reel papers
Post 19 Nov 2016, 17:54 • #160 
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Re: Reel papers
Post 15 Jan 2017, 08:35 • #161 
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Hardy Ultralite CC Reel Series
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Re: Reel papers
Post 05 Sep 2017, 07:48 • #162 
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hi
I have a pfluger 578 reel and need to know how to take down the spool to accesses the drag better .
my son told me it costs to get on the phbucket??? (can't doit)
can't find any diagrams on line.
any help?
thanks ,
leo


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Re: Reel papers
Post 05 Sep 2017, 08:42 • #163 
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hi is there anyway to view the diagrams of the pflueger 578 supreme
I'm lookin to take down the drags to regrease


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Re: Reel papers
Post 02 Dec 2017, 19:19 • #164 
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Wow... thanks alot Photobucket. This is sad...


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Re: Reel papers
Post 02 Dec 2017, 20:41 • #165 
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I've only posted this in about 3 dozen places. No admin on this forum has the foresight to make it a sticky.
Wrist slitting and bashing photobucket doesn't accomplish anything, and deleting your free photobucket account is even worse, however, this makes it possible to view every photobucket photo on the internet in context, if the OP did not slit his wrist and delete his free photobucket account.
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Seeing Past Photobucket Hotlink Block

Unless the OP deleted their photobucket account, every old photobucket image is still linked on this website (and every other place on the internet). Photobucket has chosen to show you a block image instead of the original image.

There are Free Add-Ons available for both Chrome and Firefox, which will let you choose to see the original photo instead of the "ransom block" image, both on this bulletin board and every other internet website.

For Chrome - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/photobucket-hotlink-fix/kegnjbncdcliihbemealioapbifiaedg?hl=en

for Firefox - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefo ... ket-fixer/

After installing my add-on, I called up an old thread thread, and I can see every photo
http://www.texaskayakfisherman.com/foru ... &p=2247672
And of course, I can also see everyone else's old photobucket images in context on every thread and every website.

Uploading the patch, you're not doing photobucket any favors, giving them any money, agreeing with them - all you're doing is restoring your old knowledge base to where it was before the photobucket ransom

If you want to remove the add on later, go to Add-ons and remove or disable it, or with Chrome, just right-click on your toolbar.


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Post 07 Apr 2018, 17:04 • #166 
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Sharpes - the Don

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Re: Reel papers
Post 11 Oct 2018, 11:13 • #167 
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Thanks Ron, as always.


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Re: Reel papers
Post 11 Oct 2018, 11:19 • #168 
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As a co-creator with Ron of this thread, and having been offline here for a long time due to work pressures, today I'm concerned that I see few replies lately thanking posters for their time spent uploading classic reel papers or adding to the convos thereof.

Maybe it's just me, but the quickest way to kill enthusiasm for members who post is to read their posts, benefit from them, and not take a moment to appreciate their time and effort.

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Re: Reel papers
Post 01 Mar 2019, 18:45 • #169 
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adding the blowup schematic for Diplomat 368. All the Diplomats use this design so it should be good for all models.

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Re: Reel papers
Post 07 Aug 2019, 14:12 • #170 
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Thx olde friende ;^D

I'm one of the luckies who never deleted (and haven't upgraded) my Bucket acct, still works like a charm pretty much.


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Re: Reel papers
Post 15 Jan 2020, 21:18 • #171 
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My small contribution. Didn't see one of these here, although I may have missed it.
Please excuse the photos, scanner is on the fritz.
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Re: Reel papers
Post 05 Feb 2020, 12:12 • #172 
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If somebody is still interested in information about the Orvis DXR heve a look here:
http://www.heartlandflyfishers.de/Bilder/Orvis%20DXR%20Manual.pdf
I hope this works.
Tight lines,
Peter

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Here are the pictures
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Re: Reel papers
Post 04 Apr 2020, 19:36 • #173 
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Scientific Anglers System One c. 1991


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Re: Reel papers
Post 04 Apr 2020, 19:57 • #174 
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Cortland 140 Magnum Disc c. 1993


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Re: Reel papers
Post 05 Apr 2020, 06:41 • #175 
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thanks for contributing, bro


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