Originally posted by: sscasteel on 6/23/2007 7:43:12 PM
Recently acquired in trade, another large amount of older new reel parts in factory envelopes, for pre 1980 reels and some more modern ones. Add them to my already large inventory, and I am flooded with parts that may not be useful but to a very small amount of people.
What to do with them? <!--graemlin::confused:-->
Many of these parts are for reels; Spincast, LOts of Spinning, / and some baitcasting that are no longer in use or so long gone only a few people still use them.
What else could these parts be useful for? Making Sinkers maybe?
There is a little or lot of everything involved Daiwa, Shimano, Garcia Mitchell, Johnson, Shakespeare, Silstar, Zebco, and others.
Trouble is these parts are made out of several metal types; steel, brass, bronze, aluminum, even copper.
I don't know of any commercial sinker mold meltdown pot on the market made for these metals that would melt any/all of them as they require different Temps. to melt.
Any ideas appreciated on what to do. <!--graemlin::)-->