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    Chronarch SF Disassembly
from C.  
10/13/2004 7:00:00 PM

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 The chronarch 100SF I purchased last year is in need of a good cleaning and re-lube job. I've always done this maintenance task myself on all my reels, but this one has me puzzled. I've opened the left side plate and removed the spool, but how to go about removing the right side plate to gain access to all the gears etc. is not immediately obvious to me.


Rather than forging ahead blindly and probably screwing something up, thought I post here and ask for help with that.


Thx,


C.


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   disassembly from sandman  10/13/2004 7:33:00 PM
 Two small phillips screws inside the frame on the cranking side, one slot head on the outside of the frame up near the levelwind.


   punk from Lake Fork Tackle Repair  10/13/2004 9:35:00 PM
 I have a chronarch SF parts list and it does show the screws. take another look.I believe they are bnt 2232 :) conniek

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   Sandman - Thanks! from C.  10/13/2004 9:37:00 PM
 Sandman: Thanks a bunch! I saw those two little phillips head screws inside the frame, but the schematic that came with the reel made it look like all they did was hold the bearing retainer in place. I was reluctant to remove them without checking with someone first. Now to proceed with the much-needed cleaning!

C.


   schematics from sandman  10/13/2004 11:20:00 PM
 Shimano doesn't make those schematics very intuitive do they?

With today's technology, I would expect animated 3D model schematics soon. That would be very cool. The mechanical engineers in my group do it now with different assemblies. Very expensive software and they take a great deal of time to create but it is easier and faster now than it was just a couple of years ago.


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