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12-05-2013, 09:07 PM
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Hockey blade

I'm trying to find a different white blade other then the Mako blades. Anyone know of any other brands that makes a white blade. And No I'm not spraying painting a different blade as they tend to chip way to much.

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The RBZ has a white blade.

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He is talking about replacement blades I think. Mako and Mako 2 are the only white ones.

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The reason I'm looking for a White blade is I have a CCM RBZ stage 2 the blade broke and just want to have white blade in it.

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If you don't want to spray a blade white, maybe you should consider spraying the bottom of your RBZ shaft black. It doesn't matter if the shaft chips.
Or you buy a Mako blade, that has a terrible puck feel.

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I ended up finding a paint that shouldn't chip I bought a Harrow bladed and painted it. I used it tonight so far no chips.

Mako blades are so bad its like throwing money away.

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I personally hate white sticks, because the ones that have a clear finish glare under the lights, and have a lot of puck marks from blocking shots.
The RBZ is only good looking when brand new

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I hate any sticks that have a gloss on it. My RBZ is banged up but I still like it. I have a 11K that was glossy so I candy stripped it for a few games and it went away.

But for my blade I used a product called Plasti dip it stood up to the abuse last night. Here's the webpage http://www.plastidip.com/

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You could try a Scotchbrite pad or steel wool to cut down the gloss on the stick when new.

I've tried Plasti-Dip and it does peel off after a few games.

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