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05-21-2009, 02:06 PM
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need help with warrior dolomite replacement blade

hi guys, sorry to make a new thread but the other night i was at the rink and my warrior dolomite blade broke i got a huge split on the bottom of the blade, (two weeks after the warrenty was up ) any way im not sure how i should replace the blade.

A)do i get a tapered one and put that in where the original is?

B) or get a regular on and cut off the old blade and put the new blade in the opp. side of the shaft?

this is the stick i have

http://www.hockeymonkey.com/warrior-...08-sr-2pk.html

http://ep.yimg.com/ip/I/hockeymonkey_2055_99042056

any help would be greatly appreciated

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you take out the old blade and replace it with a new tapered blade.

putting a standard in the other side is never a good idea, but the whole point of a two piece system is taht when you break your blade you can replace it

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05-21-2009, 02:15 PM
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thanks for the help, but i have a question... how do i know where to cut the blade off..since its tapered that means that there should be a specific part where the blade should fit into the shaft correctly right?

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thanks for the help, but i have a question... how do i know where to cut the blade off..since its tapered that means that there should be a specific part where the blade should fit into the shaft correctly right?
you dont cut it at all. you heat it up and pull it out.

i would bring it to your local hockey shop. the blade is connected to the shaft using glue. when you heat the glue up you can pull out the blade. then to put the new blade in, you heat up the glue on the new blade(it comes with glue on it) then insert it into the shaft where the blade is suppose to go. let the glue dry(which takes like 30 seconds) peel away the excess glue and you are good to go

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this is a one piece stick though, its not the dolomite shaft with a blade in it. do you follow me

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dolomites ops are actually 2 pieces fused together. if you look closely at where blade meets shaft, you'll see a line. that's the fuse point, and i believe you can heat it up and pull the old blade out. you do need a lot of force to pull it out though. heat it up, jam the blade in a door and start pulling.

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dolomites ops are actually 2 pieces fused together. if you look closely at where blade meets shaft, you'll see a line. that's the fuse point, and i believe you can heat it up and pull the old blade out. you do need a lot of force to pull it out though. heat it up, jam the blade in a door and start pulling.
thats the way mine is aswell. its pretty clear where teh blade meets teh shaft

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mhhh i cant seem to find any seam of spot where it would pull out, my stick looks like a solid one piece

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Dolomites are fused two piece sticks, sometimes you can heat up the shaft and pull out the blade, sometimes the glue is too much and you need to cut off the blade and chisel out the end.

If you line up your stick with a Dolomite blade, you should be able to see where the fuse line is. That's where you want to cut or attempt to heat and pull. If you're not comfortable, go for a two piece rig.

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Have a similar problem except its a Kronik shaft(broken 1 piece)and a dolomite blade.The blade doesn't fit.

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Have a similar problem except its a Kronik shaft(broken 1 piece)and a dolomite blade.The blade doesn't fit.
Kronik is essentially a Mac Daddy, which is essentially an Innovative True-1. It's a real one piece stick.

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B) or get a regular on and cut off the old blade and put the new blade in the opp. side of the shaft?
I cringe every time I hear that.

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Kronik is essentially a Mac Daddy, which is essentially an Innovative True-1. It's a real one piece stick.



I cringe every time I hear that.
so what would you reccomend me doing?....should i be getting the tapered dolomite blade and put it in?

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so what would you reccomend me doing?....should i be getting the tapered dolomite blade and put it in?
Yes, get the tapered. A cool trick, heat up the blade then take a piece of rebar and drop it in the top end. It should be heavy enough to start pushing the blade out.

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Kronik is essentially a Mac Daddy, which is essentially an Innovative True-1. It's a real one piece stick.

yea the kronik is a true one piece so no getting around that

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so what would you reccomend me doing?....should i be getting the tapered dolomite blade and put it in?
It's worth a shot. Crappy part is, if it doesn't work you're stuck with a pretty pricey blade.

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Yes, get the tapered. A cool trick, heat up the blade then take a piece of rebar and drop it in the top end. It should be heavy enough to start pushing the blade out.
Not gonna work when it a true one piece stick.

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yea the kronik is a true one piece so no getting around that
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Would sandpapering(or something similar) the inside of the shaft weaken it too much?

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Would sandpapering(or something similar) the inside of the shaft weaken it too much?
Well I sandpapered the inside of the shaft and the hosel of the blade and jammed it in.Will see how long it holds up.

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