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Power rod wrappers and dryers are important tools for anyone building a custom fishing rod.
The power wrapper is used to keep the rod spinning at a consistent rate so you can focus on making sure your thread wraps – with perfect tension – are making that seamless transition from the rod blank on up to the rod guide itself.
The power dryer is used to keep your rod rotating while epoxies and rod finishes cure and help create an even finish, eliminating undesired end results like sagging and drooping areas around the rod guides.