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06-13-2009, 06:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Murderin Murphy View Post
I have a pair of Graf 750 goalie skates that I've had for the past 5 years or so. The steel on the blade is wearing very thin at this point and needs to be replaced. I contacted the place I got them from and asked if cowlings could be replaced and they said that they could and they would call Graf for me and see if they had my size in stock (6). They called me back a couple of days later and said that Graf didn't have them in stock and didn't know when they would have them in stock but have cowlings for a size 7 skate. The store rep told me he thinks he it should be fine but he doesn't want to promise it to me and have it not be fine. Does anyone have any experience with this. I'd rather go with the replacing the cowling part as it is much cheaper than buying a new pair.
I would recommend a new pair of skates. Well, when I say new, I mean new to you. Used skates will work fine. Go to Play it Again Sports to see if they have any used one in your size. You might have to say good by to those Grafs for something else.

Try also looking at HockeyMonkey. A lot of goalies tell me that they find really great deals on this site. Good luck.

Just checked ebay: Check this out...
http://cgi.ebay.com/RBK-5K-SENIOR-GO...3A1%7C294%3A50

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