However, not all bushes are as absorbent so a liberal dose of something thick and sticky works best.
Try EP90 gear oil and if things are still too fast step up to EP120.
There is also the 7500C3 Elite which has a CT type cage.
Wait for a few moment and it will run all through the bearings and appear on the towel.
Add another couple of drops to ensure plenty of oil is in the bearings and replace in the respective positions and re-fit any circlips, washers etc.
I always drop the bushes in a soup spoon cover with your chosen oil and heat gently, remove heat as soon as the oil start to smoke, leave to cool and replace bushes in the reel.
Fit the end caps but do not over tighten them, a couple of turns to fully engage the thread is fine at this stage.
Now replace the spool in the cage making sure if you have a level-wind model the cogs engage properly.
Fit your brake blocks on the pins, I would start with two of the standard large fibre blocks, or four if you have not used the reel before or are unsure how it will run.
Finger tight is fine then a nip up with a screwdriver once you have established things are running smoothly.
With everything in place you need to set the end caps to centralise the spool in the cage and sort out the lateral movement of the spool in the cage.
In the spool control stakes all three reels feature mechanical end tension but the primary means of keeping the spool under control is a four pin centrifugal brake system.
The spool in all three reels is a spool/spindle combined unit with the bushes/bearings held under the two end caps.
Once the bearings are good and clean with all the petrol evaporated its time to apply the oil.