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« Reply #15 on: February 26, 2011, 05:46 PM »

Well, I have the upper spine with ferrule, the center T, and the bottom fitting that the trick line passes through. The lower portion of the spine is what snapped - it broke in the bag. I know I took that broken bit out and put it somewhere *really intelligent* for safe keeping. It is so safe that I have no idea where it is...

What I really need to know is the length and composition of the bottom half. I have a rough measurement of 41.5cm from the center T to the tail (thanks again, Dromel!).
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