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SLIDER DIVER

 

The installation of the disc is possible in different ways depending on the main line used. Since the main lines are now used in a wide variety of variants, each Slider Diver comes with a set of hose and protective rubber.The diver disk can be installed in different ways depending on the main line used. The course of the line through the disc is basically the same. The position of the clamping rubber is different.

I. Release the clamping lever (a)

Version 1 :

Put the rubber hose (b) over the clamping lever (a) and push it into the area of the pressure area to the disc. Thread the line (c) through the front eyelet / tube (1), through the hole in the front eyelet(2), through the middle section (3) and through the rear eyelet (4)

Variant 2 :

Thread the line (c) through the front eyelet / tube (1), through the hole in the front eyelet (2), thread the rubber ring (b) onto the line and then through the middle section (3) and through the rear eyelet (4)


Variant 1 + 2 

The black rubber in the example is only for better illustration. Use the appropriate hose depending on the type of line. A mix of 2 soft silikone hoses clamps has proven itself with common monofilament lines. Shorten the thin tube to the length of the middle clamping area and thread the line through there. In addition, put a middle silicone hose over the bracket.





Line safe set included

Line Safer Hose protects the line running inside from damage to the eyelet. The hose can be pushed into the front eyelet (2).

             

Shear / Adjustment

By adjusting the weight and rotating it in different directions, the disc can be set so that it runs from close to further away from the boat.

Middle position is neutral. View of the underside, reference point in the middle of the eyelet (2).

Weight turned from the neutral position to the left / turned counterclockwise, the disc steers to the left in the direction of travel (this is how you fish the disc on the left side of the boat)

Weight turned to the right / turned clockwise, disc steers to the right in the direction of travel (this is how you fish the disc on the right-hand side of the boat).