Fuji Medium Duty Spin/Cast Tip-Top MN - Alconite

Sale price$5.29 USD

Ring Material: Alconite
Color: CC Silver
Size: 8-6.0
Tip Top Sizing
Anatomy of a Tip-Top
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.

Tube Sizing

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.

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Material Stainless Steel
Ring material Alconite
Ring size 8
Tip size 6

Fuji Medium Duty Spin/Cast Tip-Top MN - Alconite

Product Details

As you can probably see from the selection, Fuji's MN top with wrapping tang rates very high on the list of all time most used tops in angling history. Its proven strength and undeniable ability to stay put through the roughest treatment are the reason that manufacturers and custom builders alike turn to the MN for a huge variety of rods.

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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

Based on 9 reviews
James Waldeck (Barboursville, WV, US)
Fuji Tip - medium duty, alconite

Ceramic smooth and tolerances excellent
Size is accurate
Excellent fit and finish

Anthony Bartolotti (Weston, MA, US)
Great product

Very easy to work with and very nice and durable.

andrew washeck (Jacksonville, FL, US)

Fuji guides are awesome and reliable. Tang gives a little extra holding strength.

William A Brown (Richmond, VA, US)
Best all around guide!!

I use these on all my saltwater conventional builds!!! They hold up to whatever abuse I can give them.

K.C. (Orlando, FL, US)
Great tops

Fujis the best

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