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    Shimano Twinpower #84 04/18/07 08:12 PM
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    Hey everyone, just got my TwinPower today, should be postin' pics soon.

    Does anyone else use Shimano Japan Corp. Tackle?


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    Re: Shimano Twinpower [Re: MikeCudzilo] #94 04/18/07 08:19 PM
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    NO I USE ABU!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    Re: Shimano Twinpower [Re: YELLOWCAT] #104 04/18/07 08:39 PM
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    Here it is! SR concept, titanium coated bearings, one piece bail, titanium lipped spool, body fin guard, yeah baby!

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    The one piece bail:
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    I guess I'm just a little too excited grin


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    Re: Shimano Twinpower [Re: MikeCudzilo] #117 04/18/07 09:53 PM
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    What is the price of one of those? I have an older Sustain, don't use a spinning reel that much but may want to upgrade.

    George


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    Re: Shimano Twinpower [Re: fastguy] #142 04/19/07 06:40 AM
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    I paid $203 for it on a fishing forum, but I think they retail at $141. It's better than the Sustain, I think, yet the same price. It has more goodies.


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    Re: Shimano Twinpower [Re: MikeCudzilo] #153 04/19/07 03:13 PM
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    Me thinks the numbers are transposed.

    George


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    Re: Shimano Twinpower [Re: fastguy] #155 04/19/07 05:06 PM
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    Oops, sorry about that George. I paid $203 for it on a fishing forum and I think it retails at $241. Sorry about that. That would be one nice retail price! grin


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    Re: Shimano Twinpower [Re: MikeCudzilo] #214 04/22/07 07:01 AM
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    The Shimano TwinPower is an upgrade of the Sustain for the Japanese market and is an excellent reel. It has many of the features of the Stella.

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