The finished article . . . . . . . .
the epoxy over a couple of coats to build it up, the final finishing
coat is applied and watched carefully while it dries to the point where
it can be left for a couple of hours spinning away happily without the
danger of losing shape, some Century rods are done with a very
(over-thick in my opinion) thick application of resin which although it
may look 'nice', is a bit heavy and unnecessary in reality.
I prefer a compromise on the thickness between the extremes of the
likes of Daiwa (not enough) to Century (too much) and I generally do my
builds and personal rods in 2 'decent' thickness coats. But anyway, I
digress . . . . . . the finished ring ....
See part 1 here!
Century 'Big Bertha' butt ring repair part 1 !