knob has a internal pin that passes thru the handle shaft on you
reels. There is also a screw then goes into the pin which is used to
attach the knob to the shaft. This seems to work on all spinners and
conventional reels i have encountered, but there is no guarantee.
is some additional information. The internal pin of the shaft is about
4mm long. Most reel handles have a handle thickness of about 4 to
6mm so the pin is longer enough but still will not extended past the
diameter of the pin used on the round knob is 6mm (.236"). after the
rivet is removed, enlarge the hole using a size "B" drill bit (.238") or
a 1/4" drill bit. the handle blank must have enough 'meat' to support
this larger hole.
remove the Philips head screw from the bottom of the knob. Keep the
large washer on the internal knob pin as the washer is positioned
between the knob and the handle blank; not between the knob and the
Philips head screw.
attach the knob to the handle blank, you must unscrew the two halves of
the knob. Place a normal screw driver into the bottom half of the knob
and use the screw driver to push the internal screw past the bottom of
Place a small amount of Loctite Blue 242 (medium strength) into the opening of the internal screw.
the Philips head screw thru the handle blank into the knob. With the
normal screw driver inserted into the bottom of the knob to prevent
rotation, tighten the Philips head screw.
Mounting Screws May Be LEFT HANDED!
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