Two-Piece vs. One Piece
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04-17-2008, 04:07 PM
Join Date: Aug 2004
Originally Posted by
ok, sorry didn't understand that you were saying to put it in where the old blade was. All my one pieces aren't like that and the shaft actually gets thinner towards the blade, so if I were to put a new blade on, I would have to flip the stick upside down, and then the flex changes. Sorry!
In addition to MW's response. You can usually see the fuse point on an one piece after a few uses. It's not far from the blade itself. It's more noticeable on some sticks then others.
Here is a tapered shaft. They are thinner at the connection point and longer in length then a standard.
Here is an example of a tapered blade. Notice how low the connection point.
Using these two together is the same as an Easton Synergy one piece stick.
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