Author Topic: Looking for a replacement hub for my pop up.  (Read 634 times)

Offline saskbucks

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Looking for a replacement hub for my pop up.
« on: Nov 21, 2020, 02:43 PM »
In search of a replacement hub and poles for my pop up.  The poles are 49 1/2 inches. Anyone have an extra from an old one that I could buy? Thanks

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Offline daniels papa

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Re: Looking for a replacement hub for my pop up.
« Reply #1 on: Nov 21, 2020, 04:09 PM »
I have a complete eskimo fatfish 94 that I cant use anymore due to cats I live near Dafoe 306 5542093

Offline Blue Hog Ridr

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Re: Looking for a replacement hub for my pop up.
« Reply #2 on: Nov 30, 2020, 08:35 PM »
I used to work Regina Cabella's, fishing.  When ever they get a damaged return, one of the guys will salvage what they can from it. That includes poles, hubs and so on. 
Take your damaged rod and hub into the Fishing Dept. and they can usually help a fellow out.  Depending on your tent, you can usually match something out that will work.  Unless something has changed, they won't charge you for the parts. Just decent Customer Service. 
I have an older Clam.  I saw some poles and so on in the pile so made sure that I stocked up in case I had a mishap at some point. 
I left shortly after Bass Pro took over and many store policies have changed since.  Altho I can't see the salvage thing changing.  They don't even care as to whether you bought the tent from them or not in the past.  Maybe you will buy your next one from them.  They are pretty decent about a lot of things,  since Bass Pro, can't guarantee you. 


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Offline saskbucks

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Re: Looking for a replacement hub for my pop up.
« Reply #3 on: Nov 30, 2020, 09:17 PM »
I used to work Regina Cabella's, fishing.  When ever they get a damaged return, one of the guys will salvage what they can from it. That includes poles, hubs and so on. 
Take your damaged rod and hub into the Fishing Dept. and they can usually help a fellow out.  Depending on your tent, you can usually match something out that will work.  Unless something has changed, they won't charge you for the parts. Just decent Customer Service. 
I have an older Clam.  I saw some poles and so on in the pile so made sure that I stocked up in case I had a mishap at some point. 
I left shortly after Bass Pro took over and many store policies have changed since.  Altho I can't see the salvage thing changing.  They don't even care as to whether you bought the tent from them or not in the past.  Maybe you will buy your next one from them.  They are pretty decent about a lot of things,  since Bass Pro, can't guarantee you. 


And, the next time you see me on the Ice, you owe me a Molson Canadian for the tip.  Hahaha.

I appreciate the tip.  I canít take in the missing hub and poles because they are at the bottom of a northern lake.  I do know the dimensions though.  I buy local beer so itíll have to be a Great Western or Churchill Brewing Company reeb
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Offline Twistedhook

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Re: Looking for a replacement hub for my pop up.
« Reply #4 on: Nov 30, 2020, 11:02 PM »
Its true, its true. I witnessed the entire thing! What are the chances of that hardware popping out and hitting the center of an 8" hole. All net no rim. The sound of silence after the kersplash.....

 



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