Lew's MCR400 Mach Crush Speed Spinning Reel

Lew's MCR400 Mach Crush Speed Spinning Reel

Price: $99.99
TD Code
DescriptionGear RatioWeightLine Capacity (yards/lbs)IPTRetrievePrice
Mach Speed Spinning Reel6.2:19.6 oz.145/1035"Dual Retrieve$99.99 USD

Lew's Mach Crush Speed Spinning Reels have an S-curve oscillation system and a high strength, lightweight C40 carbon skeletal speed rotor with stainless steel bail wire.

Lew's Mach Crush Speed Spinning Reels Features:

  • Adjustable for right or left hand retrieve
  • Speed Lube for smoothness and uninterrupted performance in all weather conditions, from freezing cold to extreme heat
  • Aluminum handle with Winn Dri-Tac handle knob
  • Smooth sealed six-disc carbon drag
  • Heavy-duty stainless steel main shaft
  • Quality solid brass pinion gear
  • External stainless steel screws
  • High strength, lightweight C40 Carbon skeletal speed rotor with stainless steel bail wire
  • 11-bearing system with 10 ball bearings and zero-reverse one-way clutch bearing
3 Stars based on 1 reviews
By D C.
Mobile, Al.
Good but not Great.
April 5, 2019
I gave it 3 stars for 2 reason one, the paint chips very easy, you have to be careful with them. And two, the drag. I was fight a red fish and I thought the drag was sufficient but it pull line and got off. Could've been my fault. The last fish of the day, I remembered the one that got away pulled too much drag so I crank down about a quarter turn because a half turn was way too tight. Well a quarter turn was way too tight as well, the line broke. I never turned the fish around and no line come off the spool. It seems theres a fine line between too much and not enough. If you don't mind loosening the drag after the hook set to fight the fish theres no problems and I do that a lot with bass and sometimes red fish. With this real all the time with red fish. Im hoping it'll get better the more used, maybe get a little wear on the drag washers.
ProsVery smooth real, love the handle grip
ConsPaint chips really easy and the drag is either too loose or too tight. I'm sure it can be set but it needs to be adjusted at 1/8th of a turn at a time. The one I bought does anyway.
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