Replace with the ball bearing that supports the spool shaft.
The bronze bush was once favored by ABU.
Although it was used for a relatively low-priced model, I don’t think it was adopted just to keep costs down.
Ball bearings are excellent in terms of improving the rotation performance of the spool.
However, I’m not good at requesting a moderate turn.
We mainly throw lures over 20 grams, so we can fly lures without resorting to high performance ball bearings.
I want the spool to rotate as much as I can control.
In that respect, bronze bush is good.
It turns to the extent that there is no shortage, and tells the thumb exactly how the spool is turning.
It is really easy to use in situations where the overhang is aimed exactly at the gap.
If you bend the rod quickly and cast it, chances of backlash will be reduced.
You want to see the new look of the reel you are using now.
I think 1,080 yen is not expensive.
One set consists of two pieces.