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Wanted Emergency handle for old Cannon Mag 10A

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Anyone have one they would be willing to part with?

 

Here is what it looks like

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Les, do the newer 5st use the same one or are they different?


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I think they might be a different one Mike. I think that one looks like it has a socket fitting on one end. I think this one is the earliest one. The riggers are from 1985 :lol: I think Fred Flintstone had the same ones :)

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I’ll look on the bench, I might I still have one from ancient ones I USED to have lol. Heck, with a new x4d you might as well upgrade .......


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:lol: Mike

 

Sylvan - These older ones don't have a nut on the shaft where the drag knob is for the socket to go over. I think the open part slips over the shaft and then the knob is tightened down on it maybe? have to think about it a bit....maybe a nut would fit on the shaft and the other more modern one might work....Guess after seeing a couple of these probes go to the bottom on other guys boats I'm a little paranoid :lol:

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Those cranks didn't work the best. were for a onetime wind it up.    Hold the spool and loosen the knob and wind up by hand worked when mine had a bad connection.

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HI FROM A OLD CANNON  REPAIR AND SERVICE MAN BELOW IS PIC. OF THE ORIGNAL EMERG. CRANK I LOOKED IN MY OLD CANNON PARTS BOX I ONLY HAVE THE ONE. I WILL LOOK LATER FOR MORE. TO USE THIS ONE YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE CLUTCH KNOB AND THRUST BEARING 

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:lol: Mike
 
Sylvan - These older ones don't have a nut on the shaft where the drag knob is for the socket to go over. I think the open part slips over the shaft and then the knob is tightened down on it maybe? have to think about it a bit....maybe a nut would fit on the shaft and the other more modern one might work....Guess after seeing a couple of these probes go to the bottom on other guys boats I'm a little paranoid :lol:



Ah, I gotcha. I picked up an old set at the end of last season I’ll have to look at them when I pull the boat out. I had not thought about this.....


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