Derived from racing this joint is inserted in the rod holders already existing fixed the boat, allowing the subsequent gradual rotation of the fishing rod to align it to the line.
This joint is indispensable for the rods drifting with the curved handle.
Very often it happens that when you put the rod in the rod holder fixed this is not well aligned to the line, as a result of current or wind the boat is not just across the current exchange rates but also continually tilt.
The 4 notches at the base of the barrel only allow a rotation of 90 degrees 90 degrees with the crossbar in the rod holders, and the barrel is too often rotated or slightly rotated to the direction of the line.
With the bite and the vigorous escape of the fish, if the barrel is not aligned with the line of the line integrity is compromised, especially with the passers-by pulleys.
This joint is composed of 2 pieces of 39 mm diameter nylon coupled centrally by a screw (stainless steel) with locking nut. Is inserted into the rod holders, the female goes to get stuck on the sleeper rod holders, the upper part with the cruise of the handle of the rod. When you insert the barrel allows it to rotate to align it to the next line.
The two pieces, one with cruise female and the other with male crocera, are previously tight between them by the central screw, calibrated, so that the rotation is not free, but it has a certain resistance.