I have a lot of fishing gear, but this Penn 10 level wind reel has been with me 25 years. I recently pulled it all apart and did a thorough overhaul, replacing the crankshaft assembly and ratchet in the process. If you need parts for these reels, I'd try Mystic in New Jersey. Very fast and inexpensive considering the cost of a new reel. There was almost no corrosion, so it was a pretty easy job. I only had to put it together 4 times to get it correct. I really spins nice now. Here's the little shaft assembly with all the bits on it. You can almost see the wear on the flats where the crank handle mounts. $25 with tax and shipping, and my reel works again. Having the diagram helped a bit, but it's not 100% clear. I resorted to trial and error. The pawl is on wrong in the photo. Backwards and upside down. Here's the diagram from Mystic Parts (which used to be Scott's Bait & Tackle). In real life it's like this. I bought that little Diawa greaser, which works OK for $5. It's amazing what a difference cleaning made. It's not a Shimano, but it's smooth and plenty rugged.