Worm gear bearing and collar.

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Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby fishonsc » Thu May 10, 2018 8:18 am

Anybody know a source to pick up the worm gear bearing and collar? Looking to add them to my TD sols and sv105s. Thanks!

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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby fishonsc » Thu May 10, 2018 8:45 am

Rippin-lips wrote:https://tackletrap.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=898_660_731&products_id=3114&zenid=51381b0a0fe371051565529d7d8ba9a0


Thanks but it is sold out.

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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby Rippin-lips » Thu May 10, 2018 12:58 pm

fishonsc wrote:
Rippin-lips wrote:https://tackletrap.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=898_660_731&products_id=3114&zenid=51381b0a0fe371051565529d7d8ba9a0


Thanks but it is sold out.


That usually means Daiwa has those parts on backorder and they’re waiting to get them in. TTT is pretty good with keeping their inventory up to date. You can try giving them a call and talk to Bryan the reel tech. Maybe he has 1 or 2 lying around.

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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby 78Staff » Thu May 10, 2018 8:30 pm

Was told Daiwa is not making the collar anymore, since it's really a part for the TD-Z line i think which is long out of production. TT is trying to get Daiwa to make them a run, but not sure on if it's going to happen, or when,

However, I called Daiwa parts US and they do have some collars in stock still, as well as the bearing needed. Phone No. is (562) 375-6800 ext 3.

These are part no's for the OG Zillion, Alphas, Pixy, SV103/105, etc...
G01-0701 Worm Drive Collar
F05-5601 Worm Drive Bearing

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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby fishonsc » Sat May 12, 2018 3:18 am

78Staff wrote:Was told Daiwa is not making the collar anymore, since it's really a part for the TD-Z line i think which is long out of production. TT is trying to get Daiwa to make them a run, but not sure on if it's going to happen, or when,

However, I called Daiwa parts US and they do have some collars in stock still, as well as the bearing needed. Phone No. is (562) 375-6800 ext 3.

These are part no's for the OG Zillion, Alphas, Pixy, SV103/105, etc...
G01-0701 Worm Drive Collar
F05-5601 Worm Drive Bearing


Thanks I will do that.

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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby fishonsc » Tue May 15, 2018 7:31 am

78Staff wrote:Was told Daiwa is not making the collar anymore, since it's really a part for the TD-Z line i think which is long out of production. TT is trying to get Daiwa to make them a run, but not sure on if it's going to happen, or when,

However, I called Daiwa parts US and they do have some collars in stock still, as well as the bearing needed. Phone No. is (562) 375-6800 ext 3.

These are part no's for the OG Zillion, Alphas, Pixy, SV103/105, etc...
G01-0701 Worm Drive Collar
F05-5601 Worm Drive Bearing


Thanks again! Ordered 10 sets. $10 a set and $7 for shipping.

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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby 78Staff » Tue May 15, 2018 10:24 am

fishonsc wrote:
78Staff wrote:Was told Daiwa is not making the collar anymore, since it's really a part for the TD-Z line i think which is long out of production. TT is trying to get Daiwa to make them a run, but not sure on if it's going to happen, or when,

However, I called Daiwa parts US and they do have some collars in stock still, as well as the bearing needed. Phone No. is (562) 375-6800 ext 3.

These are part no's for the OG Zillion, Alphas, Pixy, SV103/105, etc...
G01-0701 Worm Drive Collar
F05-5601 Worm Drive Bearing


Thanks again! Ordered 10 sets. $10 a set and $7 for shipping.


Awesome - yeah I ordered 10 as well... that way have a couple spares. :D

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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby LgMouthGambler » Wed May 16, 2018 12:57 pm

Curious as to why soo many are concerned about the collar? They dont wear out.
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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby fishonsc » Thu May 17, 2018 2:58 am

LgMouthGambler wrote:Curious as to why soo many are concerned about the collar? They dont wear out.


Makes for a smoother retrieve with the bearing instead of the bushing.

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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby LgMouthGambler » Thu May 17, 2018 6:25 am

fishonsc wrote:
LgMouthGambler wrote:Curious as to why soo many are concerned about the collar? They dont wear out.


Makes for a smoother retrieve with the bearing instead of the bushing.


Yeah, I know, but thats the bearing/bushing replacement. Im talking about the actual collar. You just reuse the old one.
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Re: Worm gear bearing and collar.

Postby fishonsc » Thu May 17, 2018 7:44 am

LgMouthGambler wrote:
fishonsc wrote:
LgMouthGambler wrote:Curious as to why soo many are concerned about the collar? They dont wear out.


Makes for a smoother retrieve with the bearing instead of the bushing.


Yeah, I know, but thats the bearing/bushing replacement. Im talking about the actual collar. You just reuse the old one.


On my TD sols and sv105s. The coller and bushing is one piece.


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