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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-16-2008, 02:15 PM Thread Starter
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nother rod for sale..Scott T2H

Scott T2H...7136...bought earlier this year and used for winter steelheading for a couple months...Rod is in very good to excellent shape...

Tube, sock, warranty card...

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Thumbs up Looking fwd to it

Thanks Paul, needed this one to fill in a gap Wish I'd be around when your other T2H came up
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Thanks Paul, needed this one to fill in a gap Wish I'd be around when your other T2H came up
All yours, Enjoy!!!
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"Rod is in very good to excellent shape..."

Received and returning, misunderstanding on condition.
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Should state that condition of the guides. the cork, pretty much anything that effects the fishing condition of the rod is in new to excellent shape...
If you want me to clean the cork for you etc. please state in advance...
Main sticking point seems to be the paint peeled where I taped the rod on a couple sections...FYI this happened the first time I used the rod, the same thing happened on my other T2H..The paint or finish on the t2h's is an over coating or whatever, there is still the under coating you'd see on the arc etc.

The first time this happened on the scott I took it back to the shop, they pointed out how it wasn't a big deal and said if it really bothered me they would send it back at the end of the season and scott would re paint it...I thought about it but after using it the two months and it having ZERO effect I left it as is....Sorry, my bad, thought it so minor, thought that explaining this and asking the gentleman to take it back to the shops I got them from and having them explain it as well, and with a blank warranty card would have been enough...I was wrong...

Rod is again for sale...

If anyone wants pictures, when I get the rod back I will shoot if from stem to stern to stand by my original description.

I'm less then pleased at how this turned out, I also sold my 7136 z axis to fund this build and have gotten only very satisfied comments from the guys who have bought anything from me...so this one stings!!!

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Sorry, my bad, thought it so minor, thought that explaining this and asking the gentleman to take it back to the shops I got them from and having them explain it as well, and with a blank warranty card would have been enough...I was wrong...
The half dozen + knick's/chips on each of the first couple sections, a small area with repeated scratches on another section, combined with exterior coating peeled from taping just didn't match my "very good to excellent condition".

Nice jib on the cork, nothing I ever commented on but hints of your PM's.

Nothing offensive, just a simple misinterpretation and easily solved by return without sting. No interest here to start driving around or phoning shops for any info on something we've easily defined/discovered outside original terms and will resolve by simple return trip. BTW, if it's global to all T2H's I'm curious. Of my 3 I've fished 2 too date without any of above being exhibited thankfully. Hope that remains the case.
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