The LT tops pair perfectly with the CRB's line of spinning and casting guide kits. Perfect for Freshwater and light saltwater rods alike, the LT top feature a fully pressed ring for exceptional durability on and off the water. The next time you're looking to outfit your latest rod blank, look no further than CRB Guides and Tops!
Key Features & Benefits
- Designed for light-medium duty spinning & casting rods
- Black or Chrome color options
- Premium Stainless Steel for superior corrosion resistance, strength and durability
- Press-Fit ring & frame
- Performance Titanium Oxide ring
- Industry-leading 1-year limited warranty
Tip Top Sizing
Insert Ring/Loop Sizing
The first measurement in a Tip-Top is the Outside Diameter (O.D.) of the ring (eyelet) in Millimeters. Generally, the O.D. of the ring will match the smallest guide on the rod. Standard sizes are 6, 8 and 10mm for conventional rods, while heavier saltwater rods may go as high as a 16mm ring.
The second measurement in a Tip-Top is the Inside Diameter (I.D.) of the tube, measured in 1/64ths of an inch. Tube sizes generally range from 3.5 to 12, but they go all the way up to 32 (.500") in Big Game roller tops. The tube size should correspond to the tip size given by the manufacturer of your blank.
I will say this has been a great top for slow moving techniques such as jigs and t rigs and even some smaller power techniques like squarebills or spinner baits.. I would not recommend putting it any rod used for heavy baits (like big deep cranks) that will put a lot of bend in your rod it will fray your line. That's just a warning luckily not to expensive of a mistake on my part. I hope this just helps others.