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Chopper
Stonker



Australia
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Posted - 10 Jun 2005 :  2:30:08 PM  Show Profile  Click to see Chopper's MSN Messenger address Send Chopper a Private Message
Breamers,

I have a custom built G Loomis for sale. Originally built for another guy on this site who shall remain nameless (let's just call him Mr Lee - oops, sorry Greg )

The rod is built on a S782 G Loomis IMX blank. It features Titanium Titan guides, cork grips, Cobra style reel seat hoods with a woven graphite section in between, a hook keeper and Chopstix decals. Nice light rod rated 2-4kg. This rod has never been used and only came off the rollers last night. Asking $450 ono.

I personally have enough rods already and don't need any more, even though the thought of keeping it for myself crossed my mind a few times

Ask questions here or feel free to send me a PM. I'll try and post some pics tonight.

Cheers,
Billy K.

Edited by - Chopper on 13 Jun 2005 4:34:10 PM

marlin_dc
30cm Bream



Australia
194 Posts

Member No: #445

Posted - 14 Jun 2005 :  9:39:23 PM  Show Profile  Visit marlin_dc's Homepage  Click to see marlin_dc's MSN Messenger address  Send marlin_dc a Yahoo! Message Send marlin_dc a Private Message
hi chopper,

i know i shldn't be doing this but damn that sounds like an attractive rod setup. Any chance we could get a couple of pics. To be honest i am pretty interested in the rod. Damn the tackle itch!!

regards
DArryl
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Chopper
Stonker



Australia
1422 Posts

Member No: #6

Posted - 15 Jun 2005 :  06:58:48 AM  Show Profile  Click to see Chopper's MSN Messenger address Send Chopper a Private Message
OK - here are some photo's of the Loomis for sale. I also forgot to mention in the previous post that it was 6'6" in length.



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88.17 KB

Woven graphite reel seat Cobra style hoods
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87.76 KB

Titanium Titan guides - note: crappy photo of guide. They are not air bubbles or dust in the epoxy.
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20.65 KB

Cheers,
Billy K.

Edited by - Chopper on 16 Jun 2005 07:24:14 AM
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marlin_dc
30cm Bream



Australia
194 Posts

Member No: #445

Posted - 16 Jun 2005 :  08:42:35 AM  Show Profile  Visit marlin_dc's Homepage  Click to see marlin_dc's MSN Messenger address  Send marlin_dc a Yahoo! Message Send marlin_dc a Private Message
Thats one beauty of a rod chopper,

Unfortunately a fellow forumer's dog decided that my mako sunnies was an ideal chew toy and had a solid go at it. Would get the rod if i didn't need to get the frames replaced. Will get back to u after i see if i can get the frames replaced cheap. hehe thats unless u are willing to lower the price a fair bit

regards
DArryl
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bmar560
30cm Bream



Australia
284 Posts

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Posted - 17 Jun 2005 :  4:01:06 PM  Show Profile  Visit bmar560's Homepage Send bmar560 a Private Message
Apologies Darryl, the dog is biting everything around the house now.

cheers,
Mario

cheers,
Mario
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marlin_dc
30cm Bream



Australia
194 Posts

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Posted - 17 Jun 2005 :  8:30:50 PM  Show Profile  Visit marlin_dc's Homepage  Click to see marlin_dc's MSN Messenger address  Send marlin_dc a Yahoo! Message Send marlin_dc a Private Message
haha no worries mario,

You know i love rusty all the same. He is such an adorable bunch of skin. Anyway managed to find a replacement frame. Its all gd. Now i gotta source for some cash for that beaut of a rod.

regards
Darryl
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