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05-06-2007, 09:45 PM
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Replacing a blade

OK, so i have one of those one piece sticks, thats really a two piece (like the vast majority of them are). And i DESPISE my blade. So how do you get the origional blade out of the shaft, without flipping it upside down, cause that changes the whole flex areas of the stick. I know where the shaft hits the blade on this stick, so do i saw it there or somewhere else

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it depends on if you are puttin a standard or taper blade if its a standard you should cut till the taper ends so it becomes a basic standard shaft if inserting a tapered you should cut till your blade will fit but you may have to chip out some of the old pieces of blade

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Honestly I have heard of people just heating it up like a shaft and pulling, but i guess that depends on the stick.

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SOME OPSs you can heat up and pull the blade out. As far as I know the only ones that are somewhat easy to do are TPS sticks.

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Mine is actually a TPS Adrenaline, so ill take all of your advice, thanks.

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take your time and try not to overheat, it should come out relatively easy.

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don't follow the avatar above mine ^.^

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yeah, no blow torches!

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