Oh I thought those had both sold for some reason. I'll take a look thanks!
Maybe ... ??
The seller has not updated the ad.
There are plenty on ebay if that falls through or .... place a want to buy ad in our Classifieds.
If you are planning a #7 two-hander between 11ft and 13ft, then a 1535 version would be about perfect.
If you are planning a #7 two-hander that is a little longer, like a 14ft, then up size to a 1540.
This series of reel can be found in the JW Young and the Shakespeare brand. Both are identical. Some reels are green, others are a gray.
My favorite of all this style reel is the Diawa 812 and 813. I think they look a bit more bad ass and like the overall profile better.
These reels are built like tanks and will out last you ... can't say the same for some modern day reels
One word of caution, these reel feet may not fit on every rod. Some N.American rod manufacturers have adopted shorter thinner reel seats. You may have a hard time fitting these reels on your rod. However, simply taking a file to the feet of these reels will fix that. Some gear owners prefer to have a shop remake a foot for the reel or even replace the rods reel seat. The choice is yours if it doesn't fit. I've taken a file to the odd reel foot in the past, being the most economical solution.