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Old 18-01-2020, 01:49 AM
Cortinaboy Cortinaboy is offline
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2pc (oops, 3 piece) TD Commander

See photos for the result of me daydreaming, Broke about 6 inches off the tip of my TD Commander 722MLXS. So, firstly, can it be fixed and is it worth it? I know i can put a new tip on it, but can I reattach the broken piece using a sleeve or similar? I'm worried just putting a tip on what I have left will leave it pretty useless. Contacted Daiwa about a replacement upper piece and it is $350.00 so that's not happening.

Lastly, if anyone is interested in this as a project piece to fix/use themselves (or perhaps as a source of a cheap lower butt end!), feel free to make an offer. Its a 2 year old rod, but I've used it only once because it sits in between the bream and rock and salmon fishing I usually do. See photo of but end to see that its pretty much untouched. Pity about the other end of course ;-).
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