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I have just bought a new Shimano Aerocast 300XH Rod. Battling to assemble the three parts. Very very tight and stiff, and i do not want to force it! Any advise on what to do?

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You're right, you shouldn't force it. I would first try lubricating the parts. If that doesn't work, your best bet is to contact the manufacturer. It's possible that the item is faulty, but more likely you might be missing a step or two in the assembly process.

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