Lew's Tournament Pro - icast

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Lew's Tournament Pro - icast

Postby johnD » Wed Jul 11, 2018 2:32 pm

This is the reel that replaced the Pro G.
It now has a bearing supported pinion gear. No internal brakes but , a re-designed external brake that's supposed to be quieter than most.

I didn't get the weight but , it's light. Felt solid for sure. Those are not winn gripps , it's just a texture they put on there.




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Re: Lew's Tournament Pro - icast

Postby DirtyD64 » Thu Jul 12, 2018 11:33 pm

I am still not sure about the pinion's support. I wonder if they have single support and a different design/location or true dual support like Shimano's X-Ship and Daiwa Free floating spools...

I really hope it is a dual supported pinion, this would be a huge step for Lew's reels. Would like to use a 3rd brand as they have known to be okay reels for light lure casting. Would love it if they brought dual main support, dual pinion support, on a reel designed for light lures.

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