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11-08-2007, 08:35 AM
Join Date: Aug 2004
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This is probably a really stupid question but what other equipment would I need to change the blades? In other words how exactly do I put the blades in and then take them out when they need to be switched? Also I really would like to stick with a Sakic curve. Are there any Easton wood blades worth buying that are durable?
Simply put, whenever they break. A lot of people will change them long before they break. They will change them when they get soft or what people refer to as "dead". Unless you are an experienced shooter who craves the snap of a fresh wood blade you'll hardly notice difference.
I replace most of my blades myself. That's only because I have access to a heat gun and some kick *** hot glue at work. Honestly, it's a lot easier then you think, especially if you buy the same make blade and shaft.
Sakic is a popular pattern. Every company makes something that resembles it or is at least very close to it. So you have some options if you can't find an Easton Sakic.
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