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    Price for Shimano Gears
from Jeff Hahn  
3/30/2012 10:41:25 AM

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 Connie, Funky, and whoever: What's the price for a set of gears for a Shimano? I recently bought a couple E7's, but am thinking about converting one to an E5. I assume that all I'd need would be the main gear and the pinion gear..right? I'd think the plastic gears and the worm gear would be the same as the E7???


Thanks!


Jeff Hahn


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   Jeff from Funky  3/30/2012 1:10:30 PM
 Idler gears are the same, but the E5 does have a different key and drag washer. You'd need BNT-3942 Drive Gear, BNT-3943 Pinion, BNT-3941 Key Washer and BNT-2662 Drag Washer. Shimano is past due for a new price list, but still should be in the $28 - $30 range.


   Thanks! from Jeff Hahn  3/30/2012 1:50:22 PM
 Funky: Thanks for the info!


Jeff Hahn


   Trade.... from Begafish  3/30/2012 8:43:41 PM
 Jeff, if your is close to mint then I will trade you a E5 for the E7, what you think?


   James from Jeff Hahn  3/31/2012 11:24:54 PM
 James: Thanks for the offer. I will likely need the E7 in the future. But, thought that if I converted it to an E5, I could also put the old gears back in and have my E7 back when I needed to. So, I think I'll pass for now.


Jeff Hahn


   gears for 5 to 1 from DonNJ  4/1/2012 4:10:39 PM
 Jeff - I got a 5 to 1 set for the old 200B curado series that I now don't need. EMAIL me - hamer1234@aol.com - if interested.


   Don from Jeff Hahn  4/1/2012 9:41:42 PM
 Don: I currently have a 200B5 that I am using for jerkbaits. But, I thought the lower profile of the E series might feel better in my hand. I was thinking that the slower retrieve of the E5, compared to the E7, would be much better for jerkbaits, thus, the reason I thought about converting my spare E7 to an E5.


Thanks for the offer, though.


Jeff Hahn


   Funky or Connie - Parts number question from Jeff Hahn  4/2/2012 3:44:22 PM
 Funky: I checked out the parts explosion for the E5 and all the part numbers you gave me are correct, except one. The Key Washer is listed as BTN 3213, but you gave me BTN 3941. I didn't even see a part by that number. I thought I'd better double check before I order, just in case the parts list has been updated since the parts explosion I have was printed.


Thanks!


Jeff Hahn


   Also from Jeff Hahn  4/2/2012 3:45:29 PM
 Oops..forgot! Do either of you carry these parts for sale or should I order directly from Shimano?


Jeff Hahn


   BNT 3941 is correct for E5 from Bender, MS Gulf Coast  4/2/2012 6:23:38 PM
 3913 is the E7 Washer, Not sure what a 3213 is for.


   Not sure Jeff... from Funky  4/2/2012 6:28:13 PM
  my schematic and the one online says BNT-3941. Where did you get the one you are looking at?


http://fish.shimano.com/media/fishing/SAC/techdocs/en/Low_Profile/09CU200E5_v1_m56577569830654404.pdf


Connie
, but I do not have any of those parts on hand. Too new to need to stock any yet. If you call Shimano, they can tell you for sure if those two washers are interchangeable.


   Thanks from Jeff Hahn  4/2/2012 7:40:01 PM
 Thanks! That's why I wanted to check before ordering! I found that part number on the parts schematic that came with my E7. It has the schematics for the 200E7, 201E7, and 200E5. The schematic for the 200E5 that I have shows the Key Washer labeled as BNT 3213 (and the E7 Key Washer as 2430). Both part numbers are incorrect according to the reel schematic link on the Shimano website. Either I got a schematic with two typos or Shimano changed the part numbers for both of those Key Washers since my schematic was printed. Strange!


Thanks again!


Jeff Hahn


   You know from Bender, MS Gulf Coast  4/2/2012 8:59:48 PM
 Some of the E's have worked on had a black washer and some silver. Could be the difference.


   One more parts question from Jeff Hahn  4/3/2012 12:22:58 AM
  I got to thinking about those E7's I have. They have the CHEAP aluminum handle nut BNT 2117. Every time I have them apart, I worry about cross-threading the handle nut. Is there a brass handle nut that will fit the E7's...maybe one from an older model???


Thanks!


Jeff Hahn

Edited 4/3/2012 8:07:52 AM


   Yes from Bender, MS Gulf Coast  4/3/2012 8:47:16 AM
 Any of them that have a shoulder on the. Take one off a D Series. They will work just fine. Those nuts are a Weight thing for Shimano just like the non Brass Gears they used on some of the D series and MG Series reels. Too little weight savings for junk parts. I replace them where I can with Brass.


   Bender from Jeff Hahn  4/3/2012 8:50:43 AM
 Bender: So the bass handle nut from a Curado D series will work? If so, I'll get the part number from the Shimano website before I order those other parts and get a couple of those, too.


Thanks again!


Jeff Hahn


   Quick check looks like from Jeff Hahn  4/3/2012 10:18:16 AM
 I did a quick check on the reel schematics and it looks like the handle nut from the CU 200 (BNT 1485) won't work as it doesn't have the "shoulders" on it. But, the handle nut from the CU 200 DHSV or DPV (BNT 2221) does have the "shoulders" and should work...I think! I'll call Shimano and ask.


Jeff Hahn


   well, looks likeyou fine lads have it under control from Lake Fork Tackle Repair  4/3/2012 8:45:47 PM
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   Except for my forgetfullness! from Jeff Hahn  4/3/2012 9:58:58 PM
 So, today I forgot two handouts when I went to my first class at 9:00 am. I had to go back to the office to get them. Then, on the way to my second class at 1:00 pm, I forget my bottle of iced tea and have to go back for that. Finally, after class I call Shimano and order the parts I need. I only order 2 of the BNT 2221 brass handle nuts, instead of the 3 that I really need!!! It's hell to get old!


I guess I'll hold off and make certain that the BNT 2221 actually works before ordering the 3rd one.


Jeff Hahn


   It'll work Jeff from Bender, MS Gulf Coast  4/4/2012 6:37:36 PM
 Have no fear.


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