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Old 10-04-2020, 06:45 AM   #1
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Lew's Anti Reverse Clutch Question

I have two Mach Crush SLP's. I take decent care of the reels, but I have noticed the clutch corrodes rather quickly. I'm on my third replacement clutch in two reels. The design is the same on the inshore Custom SLP, which is supposedly designed for brackish water use.

I use thses in brackish water, but I don't see how water is getting to the clutch. I don't wade fish and they don't see a water hose.

Surely I don't have to break the reel down after every use? I see in the schematic there is an optional washer that can be installed over the clutch. Perhaps this would help?

Any advice?

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Old 10-05-2020, 10:36 AM   #2
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What are you using to.lube the rollers? A light coating of Red Corrodion-X when you service the reel should be all that is needed.for.lubrication and corrosion resistance. Lews is not know for using high quality components, but that should.provide the protection you need.
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I typically use Ardent reel oil and reel butter. I've heard Shimano makes a SS ARB that will fit into the Lew's.

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Old 10-26-2020, 07:41 PM   #4
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Got a can of the HD corrosion x. Coated the new ARB in that stuff. We will see how it does. I was pretty surprised how thick that stuff is. Almost a gel consistency.

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That Corossion X HD may be too thick and not allow the Anti-Reverse to deploy and stop the handle from turning backward. If it does you will need to clean it off and go in with Corossion X red or Reel X.
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I've since applied the corrosion x HD to a second reel as well on the ARB. Fished 3 times thus far with no issues. So it appears the HD isn't to thick to clog up the ARB. Now fingers crossed it protects against corrosion.

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