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Quantum Cabo PTs Spinning Reel, 8+1 Bearings, 4.9:1

Item # 436963
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Key Features

  • One-piece aluminum frame and side cover

  • LMS smoothly directs line to roller upon retrieve

  • Multi-stack ceramic drag system reduces wear

  • Polymer stainless bearings minimize friction

  • TimagII Bail wire never gets bent out of shape

Our Price   $229.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
quantum With its improved design, quality construction, and high-performance features, the Cabo PTs spinning reel has become the choice of serious saltwater game fishermen. Its solid, one-piece aluminum frame and side cover yield a lightweight reel that won't flex even during heavy cranking. The LMS (Line Management System) allows your line to be directed to the line roller even more smoothly upon retrieve. Multi-stack ceramic drag system dissipates heat and reduces wear in baitcast levelwind systems. Polymer-stainless bearings minimize vibration and friction. TiMag Salt titanium bail with magnetic trip is guaranteed for life. Nickel-Titanium TimagII Bail wire never gets bent out of shape. SaltGuard II six-layer finish offers maximum corrosion resistance. Special polymer cage adds sensitivity and corrosion protection. Features include MAGLOK magnetic Continuous Anti-Reverse; forged brass face gear with stainless steel pinion; forged aluminum concave spool; and solid, one-piece stainless steel screw-in handle.
Model # CSP60PTsC
Gear Ratio 4.9:1
Bearings 8 + 1
Reel Weight 24.7 oz.
Mono Line Capacity lb./yds. 14/240
Frame Construction Aluminum
Recommended Technique Spinning

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