I picked up a Saragosa 18000F (with bail-less kit included) for $300 shipped for my primary jigging reel and decided that after seeing pics from another thread that the handles on the Stella 20k and Saragosa 18k were interchangeable (thanks Kil!) ...I wanted to order just the Stella Power T handle knob from Bucko's Tackle in MA for my Saragosa reel to see if I could swap the knobs without any other modification. I ordered the $36 knob and it came in today during my lunch break, so I tried to test fit the knob while I still had about 10 minutes left. Tools used: 1 small flathead screwdriver 1 large flathead screwdriver Breakdown So, first you use the smaller flatehead screwdriver to take out the 2 tiny silver screws that hold your silver, plastic "SHIMANO" emblem plate onto your handle knob. Carefully extract the screws and plate and put them aside in a safe place so you don't lose them. They are very small screws! After you've taken off the plate, you will see a gold, cylindrical nut with a slot at the top of the nut. Use a large flathead screwdriver to unscrew this nut off the threaded end of the handle. Also place this aside. Finally, remove the black ball bearing bushing out of your orginal knob (probably still in there) by lightly smacking the knob into your other hand with the hole facing your palm....the bushing should fall right out. Re-installation Now, slide the Stella Power T knob onto your Saragosa handle. Make sure the knob is seated fully and properly. Next step is to insert the black ball bearing bushing around the threaded end of the handle inside the knob hole. Finally, screw the gold, cylindrical nut back onto the threaded end of the handle. Give one good tight turn at the end to secure the bolt in place. This completes the knob swap. HOWEVER, I found out that you also need to order a few other items to make the swap complete. 1) You need to order the "SHIMANO" emblem plate that fits the Stella Power T knob. This Saragosa plate is the incorrect size and does not match. Not ordering a new plate will increase the risk of saltwater inside the knob and possibly lead to rust corrosion on the threaded end of your handle. Just to keep things organized and tidy, I put the screws and plate back onto the original Saragosa knob so that I wouldn't lose them. 2) One of the other things I noticed was that the knob had a hollow shaft on the underside of the knob. I asked the representative from Bucko's Tackle to explain to me what that was and he stated that the shaft is for a ball bearing to placed in there which is kept in by 2 different sized washers that snap in at the end of the hole (at first glance, the end of the hole looked threaded to me). I'm guessing this aids in balance while reeling in. So in addition to the knob, I had to order the new silver "SHIMANO" emblem plate ($3.xx), 2 screws just in case the ones I have from the original Saragosa knob are incorrect ($1.xx), 1 special ball bearing ($11) and 2 different sized washers. Not that much more. Once I get these parts from Bucko's (needed to order the plate and the ball bearing) I will post my results I believe this "swap" will work for any of the Saragosa 5000F-18000F reels as it appears that they all have the same handle knob. Hope this little tutorial helped some of you guys who are thinking of doing the same!