[b]Pflueger International 631[/b]

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[b]Pflueger International 631[/b]

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Im trying to keep my Pflueger International 631 in mint conditions.For this pourpose im trying to get the schematic or user manual on this reel. I will appreciate your help. :) [/b]

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send an email to Milt Lorens at . He is likely up to his keister (or is that Kiester, Wiggy?) repairing reels this time of year, but be patient...he'll get back to you!

Barring that, Bill Brown who frequents this board, can likely give a hand.

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Pflueger International 631

Welcome to Reel Talk:

Your Pflueger International 631 should be a medium/large size open face spinning reel, made in Japan from 1972-1975. If this is the case, Randy Heller would likely be able to provide assistance. He can be reached at fsrepair2butler-bremer.com. Randy specializes in open face spinning reel repair. Hope this helps.

And John, you had the spelling correct on the first one. Actually, keister is a Yiddish word. (Just looked it up). The German word is ausch, which is one half of the name my wife often calls me!

Jim

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Correction:

Having a bad spelling day here in Wiggy Land. Rany Heller's email address is .

And my German spelling also stinks. Arsch is the correct term.

Dumb arsch Wiegner

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:D ...ah...I was thinking more arsch-hole, Jim...thanks for clearing that up :D

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