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Fuji Rod Tip Repair Kit

   

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Get your favorite rod back in action with the Fuji® Rod Tip Repair Kit. The kit includes three widely used rod tips (tube I.D. sizes 2.4mm, 2.8mm and 3.2mm), plus a tube of hot melt glue. Available in your choice of 3 finishes; black, gold and silver.

Fuji Rod Tip Repair Kit 4.7 5 44 44
Great Product, Installs In Minutes These are quality made and easy to use in case of rod tip damage. They can save the day if someone steps on one of your favorite rods on the boat deck or if you snap a rod tip for any other reason. They install in minutes and are ready for use immediately. When I get home I remove the tip and use a good epoxy for a permanent repair. I keep a set of these in my boat and tackle box at all times. May 19, 2008
Extension to your rods life This is a great way to extend the lifetime of your favorite rod. The kind folks at bass pro shops offered to help me replace the tip of my favorite ugly stik. They had instructed me to purchase this here product which worked quite well. My rod lastewd a few more months until the tip came off. I replace it two more times until now when it just sits down in my basement. Still quite an effective and cheap way instead of purchasing a new rod. Thanks bass pro! Your so reliable July 21, 2010
It filled the need, but . . . . . . the rod tip repair kit needs to include more than three sizes in order to fit a wider variety of rods. The rod I reparied was an ultra-light and the smallest rod tip in the kit was too large. However, I followed the instructions, applied more glue than I would have if the two pieces had fit tightly -- and so far so good. I've landed several healthy crappies and chunky bass on the repaired ultra-light rod. May 12, 2010
Fuji Rod Tip Repairt Kit Was A Money Saver It was early in the year (2006) that I discovered my ceramic eyelet was missing. My fishing rod is considered a medium-priced one, so I searched for an alternative to throwing the rod away, and discovered the Fuji Rod Tip Repair Kit. The instructions were easy to follow, and the repair went quickly. I used a lighter to heat up (and remove) the old tip, and also to use on the glue stick for re-assembly. I would definitely recommend this kit and the option to replace broken rod tips as a perfect economical alternative to just throwing a good rod away. It is an excellent item to have and take with you in your fishing box. Great product! November 9, 2006
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Sure are. They're the real deal.
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the smallest size they have in the 3 pack is 2.4mm. bass pro sell individual tips as small as 2.0mm.
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Ultralight rod

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I broke the top section of my browning superlight UL 5'2'' rod - would there be a tip in the package small enough to fit it?
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I would think so, I use these all the time
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the smallest tip should fit, if there is any slack in the tip, i use epoxy glue instead of hot glue supplied.i put the glue in the tip and on rod tip then join together,then wipe off excess glue.when it dries there should be no slack.
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Heat the glue stick with a lighter and put ssome on the tip of the rod heat the tip and slide it on in alighnment with the other guides.
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heat up the glue with a lighter, smear it on the rod, slide the tip on and hold
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heat the tip of the hot glue with a lighter,then apply to rod tip then slide on replacement tip.
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Easy Dave, I just heat glue with a BBQ lighter for 3 seconds or so. Touch it to rod tip and runner and leave for 5 minutes to set up.
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It's super glue right? Tear open, dispense, attach. Keep dry.
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sure, there are several sizes in the kit
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Yes it will. The nice thing about this product is that the replacement tips that it has in the package are of different diameters. There for allowing you to find the one that properly fits the section of rod that was broken.
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Yes, use a hack saw to cut the broke tip cleanly. sand the tip a little to make sure its smooth and for good adhesion. select the right sized tip to fit the rod tip as snug as possible. follow directions on the package.
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You have the larger size?

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I bought this kit previously, but the largest tip is too small (end of rod's been broken off). I've seen kits with larger sizes....do you have them?
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Can you file the rod down?
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order from their single size tips with the ones you have as a go by for the sizing. If you end up with extras you might need them someday .
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Yes, glue and tips are included.
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It comes with both. Heat the glue and then apply. So far it has worked great/
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Yes it comes with everything you need to repair the rod, except the lighter
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Yes the glue is in the red tube
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The kit contains a glue stick and several tips to fit different tip diameters.
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I just need a replacement grommet, but I think you have to purchase a replacement tip with grommet. How do you get the old tip off without damaging the tip of the pole?
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heat with a lighter, twist lightly pull. you dont want to get it too hot just enough to melt the glue
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I heated mine to release the adhesive.
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I took a heat gun (any focused heat source should work) to mine and it slipped right off with some pliers (gently of course).
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Heat the old tip with the lighter as not to melt or damage the rod. Heat until existing glue releases the rod tip.
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I just cut the tip just behind the metal sleve, applied the glue and then the tip as per instructions
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I'm not rod builder but I've done this a few times. The Fuji kit has several sizes for the different size rod tips. If your broken tip is wrapped with thread and epoxied, I would take a fine tooth hacksaw blade or a fine tooth coping saw, and carefully cut the tip off at the end of the threads. lightly sand with fine paper to "scuff" the finish at the tip. Then glue a new Fuji tip that fits correctly. Read the directions a couple times before you start. You can move the tip back and forth on the rod tip when you first glue it to spread the glue evenly. You can reheat the tip to keep it loose so you can adjust it as well. I just use a lighter to heat the glue and/or tip. I've done this several times and it works great. If your broken tip is just glued on with no thread, you might be able to heat the tip shank with a lighter/flame, that could loosen the glue and you could then pull the tip off. Otherwise, just cut it off.
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