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CRB Carbon Fiber Handle Tubing - Clearance

SKU: CF12-920BL
Sale price$8.95 USD Regular price$17.89 USD
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Color: Blue
Grip Length: 12"
Grip ID: 0.920"
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Specifications
SKU CF12-920BL
Color Blue
Length 12 in
Material Carbon Fiber

CRB Carbon Fiber Handle Tubing - Clearance

Product Details

This carbon fiber handle tubing is available in two ID sizes. With the increased sensitivity it provides they are excellent for use as a Tennessee handle for a spinning rod, or as a rear and fore grip on standard casting & spinning rods. The 0.920 was designed with an OD to fit perfectly into the rear pocket of the American Tackle AERO-16 spinning seat. The 0.980 tube butts up perfectly with the rear pocket of all standard size 16, 17 & 18 mm trigger seats.

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Customer Reviews

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Kirk L Kopitzke (Lexington, KY, US)
timing

Have not received the blank from mudhole that I intend to build yet

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J.E.

Makes great handle material

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E.W. (Hillsboro, OR, US)
360 trolling rod rear grip

This is for a 360 trolling rod rear grip. It's nice, has a texture to it so it isn't too smooth and slippery. My only complaint is I would like it to come in a size between 12" or 60", maybe 18 or 20"?

The Fuji blue metallic thread matches the blue.

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Johnny Eastridge
Great handle material

Super light weight and extremely sensitive

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Augustine Chan (Oviedo, FL, US)
Durable

I have bought several tubes to replace old cork on some of my rods. It's a lot easier to use to replace the cork on the handles and is definitely more durable. I personally like to finish the look with heat shrink tubing. It is a little heavier compared to cork, so keep that in mind when using it. The upside is the added weight actually helped with the balance of my rods.

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