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Old 01-22-2004, 12:38 PM
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REC closeouts

REC is closing out a ton of their rod tubes at very, very low prices. Go to their website and see what I mean...
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sorry if the website name is obvious, but i'm having trouble finding it...

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Old 09-14-2004, 02:03 PM
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Jeff,

Go to http://www.rodbuilding.org , where you will find links to various suppliers of rod building components down the left of the page; REC Components have a link. All the suppliers that have links on this page sponsor the site.

I hope that this does not contravene the rules of this site.

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Thanks! but alas, of all those, they don't have a 9' two piece... darn...

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Old 09-22-2004, 10:21 AM
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update for those consider a rod case purchase from REC

I bought two cases, and after spending an additional $28 shipping, the cases arrived with large "REDINGTON" logos emblazoned on the side. Their website didn't clearly indicate that the tubes would have big logos. I have nothing against Redington products, but I wrap my rods to be my own, and I didn't plan on having a corporate rod case for them.
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