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Shimano Stradic STCI4 2500FA Spinning Reel

STCI42500FA Left/Right Gear Ratio 6.0:1

Line Cap. 8/140 Braid Cap. 15/145 Ball Bearing: 6+1 Max Drag 15Lbs. Recovery: 34.0" Reel Weight (oz): 7

CI4+ frame and rotor is 245% stronger than previous models

X-Ship® technology provides power and smoothness to all fishing techniques

Rapid Fire Drag for quick easy, adjustments (except on 1000FAML)

Paladin Gear durability enhancement

Propulsion Line Management System: Propulsion Spool Lip, SR One-Piece Bail Wire, Power Roller III, Redesigned Bail Trip, S-Arm Cam

Aero Wrap II Oscillation

SR-Concept: SR-3D Gear, SR Handle, SR One-Piece Bail Wire

S A-RB Ball Bearings

Aluminum Spool

Machined Aluminum Handle

Direct Drive Mechanism (Thread-In attachment)

Maintenance Port

Fluidrive II

Floating Shaft


Super Stopper II

Maintenance Port

Repairable Clicker

Approved for use in Saltwater

Rated for use with Mono, Fluorocarbon and PowerPro lines

STCI41000FAML is built for spectra and other micro lines, great for finesses fishing applications.

Now with a lightweight, durable Magnumlite CI4+ rotor—a material that is more than 245% stronger than previous versions, giving you a super-comfortable, super-durable reel you can count on. The Propulsion line management system, composed of Propulsion spool lip, SR 1-piece bail wire, Power Roller III, redesigned bail trip, and S-Arm cam, makes casting and retrieving smoother and more consistent that ever before. Aero Wrap II Oscillation. The other incredible advantages given to you by the Stradic include the SR-Concept system, S A-RB Ball Bearings, aluminum spool; machined aluminum handle; Direct Drive Mechanism; maintenance port; Fluidrive II; floating shaft; Dyna-Balance; Super Stopper II; maintenance port; Super Stopper II; and a repairable clicker. Approved for use in saltwater. Rated for use with mono, fluoro, and braided lines.

STCI41000FAML is built for spectra and other micro lines, great for finesses fishing applications.

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