Ross Evolution LTX Spool

Ross Evolution LTX Spool
Ross Evolution LTX Spool
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Evolution LTX Spool by Ross
Be ready for any situation the day demands by picking up a spare Ross Reels Evolution LTX Spool (or three) for your Evolution LTX reel. Machined from a proprietary alloy developed just for Ross Reels, this strong, yet light spool was built to last for many, many years to come.

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SKU: RSS000Q
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