Code Product Weight Ratio Capacity
1074 405 QUICK CONTRAST 405 FD 116g 5.2:1 111m/0.18mm
1074 408 QUICK CONTRAST 408 FD 117g 5.2:1 136m/0.18mm
1074 420 QUICK CONTRAST 420 FD 254g 5.1:1 160m/0.25mm
1074 430 QUICK CONTRAST 430 FD 276g 5.1:1 175m/0.30mm
1074 440 QUICK CONTRAST 440 FD 290g 5.1:1 225m/0.30mm
1074 450 QUICK CONTRAST 450 FD 301g 5.1:1 190m/0.40mm
The DAM Quick Contrast FD Reel is a modern looking, front drag, fresh water spinning reel series. With a double anodized aluminium spool, three sealed ball bearings and an instant anti-reverse® needle bearing. Available from an extremely small size (for trout or perch) to a size 50 (for big pike). The DAM Quick Contrast FD Reel comes in sizes 20, 30, 40 and 50 come with a graphite spare spool. No extra spool available for the sizes 05 and 08.
At North East Tackle Supplies we have a great selection of DAM spinning reels including the DAM Quick Contrast FD Reel.
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