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03-25-2007, 01:34 PM
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Tps R2 Xn10

i have a problem. i recently bought a TPS R2 XN10 shaft. i don't know whether it fits senior or junior tapered blades. can somebody help me out?

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Senior stick, senior blade. If the shaft is tiny and real short then it's a junior. (?)

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its inttermediate

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thanks a lot

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a little tip, try to find the lightest blade you can. Any blade over 185 grams and the stick is going to feel like swinging an axe.

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a little tip, try to find the lightest blade you can. Any blade over 185 grams and the stick is going to feel like swinging an axe.
Heh. I have a Koho 2260 Crossover ABS blade on my older Easton Ultra Lite, just to get some street rink time in. And boy, that thing is imbalanced.

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ya, i was reading the reviews on MSH and, was noticing everyone reccomended the lightest bblade possible

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