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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 10:23 pm • #  
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Hi everybody. I purchased a beautiful Conolon 2110 rod recently and one of the agate inserts in the second guide from the bottom is missing. Does anyone know where I can find a NOS replacement guide with a black agate insert. Thanks in advance on any help finding one. Kind regards Gerry


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Hi GJB1963
I need one for a Fenwick. A fellow on Rodbuild.org said they are very hard to get. However he did say to try Schneider's Rod Shop * 2796 Highway 5 North * Mountain Home, Arkansas * 72653
Phone # 870-424-3381 * Fax 1-870-425-0782. Let me know how you make out. I've been busy with other build, and haven't tried yet. Good luck

May your lines always be tight, Don


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Hi GJB1963
I need ultra light guides. I do see a set on ebay, but don't look light.
SET OF 6 VINTAGE NOS AETNA FOULPOOF SPRING FISHING ROD GUIDE SET NOS. MADE USA


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May your lines always be tight, Don


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GJB1963
Sorry I misread your post. But I would still give then a try.

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