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Abu Garcia Silicote Reel Oil

   

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Abu Garcia®'s Silicote® Reel Oil is specially formulated to help reduce friction, prolong gear life and improve the overall performance of all fishing reels. Simply apply this high-performing reel oil to bearings or spool shaft to enjoy smoother, faster and quieter reel performance. 1 oz.

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From beginning season to storing away Reel maintenance is key for any good fisherman amature or professional. Although most of us are not professionals and get free reels from our sponsors, all fisherman need to maintain their reels in top shape. For amatures ike myself, when i purchase a high end reel, i know that I need to keep this reel for a long time. There is not alot of money in my house to constantly buy new reels. The Abu Garcia Reel Oil is an excellent product that helps protect your reel from costly failures dues to rusting and unwanted build up of oil residue. The light weight oil goes on easy and instantly lubricates the bearings and gears to ensure a long reel life and a mechanical error free day on the water. As we all know on the water is never a good time for your reel to fail. October 6, 2011
A little heavy I have used Abu oil before on my high dollar bass reels and i found it to be a little heavy and thick. I switched to a lighter weight oil and found my casting distance to increase a little bit. overall though, for a low price oil, it does a very good job of maintaing bearings and preventing wear. I still use this oil on my catfish reel and trolling reel, where casting distance is not an issue. It really prevents the bearings from wearing out. But not the best oil for casting distance in my opinion. November 18, 2011
Real Reel Oil This premium grade oil has been a great year round product that has kept my reels operating quietly and efficiently in all seasons. The penetrating lubricant provides long lasting protection for the moving components of my reels. A smooth, fast retrieve is much needed when reeling in big fish. This is the same formula used by professional service centers and it has protected my reels from wear, rust and corrosion better than other products I have used. September 3, 2011
A must have, that you maybe never thought about I have used reels without oil for a few years now, and I never really thought too much of it. A little while ago I saw a bottle of this at the store, and figured I would give it a go. It was amazing the difference I noticed right away. My casts were smoother and longer, and I have had no problems with any wear since I started using it. This will for sure extend the life of your reel for a small fraction of the cost of replacing it. October 2, 2011
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Generally, reel oil is applied to bearings (1 drop per bearing), spool shafts and bushings. Reel grease is applied to drive gears and worm gears and maybe other parts. I suggest you read the instructions and parts schematic for your reel. Use this oil sparingly, not like I used to. Your oil will last longer and you won't gunk up your reel. If the tip on this is too big to get the oil into small spaces, try putting some in a small container and using a toothpick to dribble a drop or 2 where you want it. Good luck!
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just pop off the side cover with a small screwdriver and give her a few squirts. check to make sure the inside is clean and free of debris. q-tips are a good choice to degunk the inside. seal her back up and you're ready to go!
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drip this oil where there are any gears, brakes, or general friction. Refer to reel owners manual if your not too sure.
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