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Fuji Rod Tip Repair Kit

   

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  • SKU: 430349

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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 38 38
Worked Perfect Not much to review, i melted the glue, i spread it on my broken rod tip, and one of the tips PERFECTLY fit the tip of my rod. Came out looking like it never even broke, glue held well, its solid.... good stuff ! September 4, 2012
Simply the Best Over the years, fishing with my kids I have used this product many times, with little thought of this product failing. It infact has exceeded my expections. I have one rod that I replaced the tip on several years back that I continue to use today. July 19, 2012
Good buy for repair of rod tip. I got really clumsy, I fell in my boat and broke off the ends of thre of my rods. Don't ask?two of them were broken at the tip and thisproduct saved them. However one broke off a foot and they weren't large enough. I will now order the twist on type hope that will fix the third rod. June 7, 2012
So far so good . The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is because I have only used this for four days of fishing . But in the four days of fishing , I did catch crappie , Smallmouth , and white bass , and it held up great . April 9, 2012
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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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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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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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Yes, it comes with glue and three different size rod tips.
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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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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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