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Tahiti Shaft Question

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May 28, 2004
For those Tahiti owners out there,
What type shaft comes with a Tahiti ?

-6.5 mm correct?

-Single/dual floppers?
If single can doubles be added easily?

-Is the tip fixed type or is it screw-type removable to change?

I am contacting Fabrizio today for a couple of Tahitis... Want to put in the order before I take off to the US in Mid July. That way they are ready on return end of July and I should be able to catch
the tail end of the Kingfish being accessible. I figure a few extra 16mm bands, some dyneema, and a couple of reels (T100) should do it for now.


not a owner but can answer your questions before other jump in.

Shaft is devoto, many says its too strong.

Original is single flopper on the bottom of the shaft can be upgrade to double flopper easily.

tip is fixed.
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