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looking for replacement skate blades

i have a used pair of CCM 1052 custom lite tacks. the blades are pretty beat up and i was looking for replacements but dont know what to look for. any help is appreciated.

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Just take them into your local hockey shop, and they should be able to hook you up...I just had a blade get cracked by a pass a couple weeks ago, so I had to get 2 new blades...it really REALLY sucks...and isn't exactly cheap either....mine cost me $55 for 2 blades

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ya, but its alot cheaper than new skates

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but new skates are so nice and shiney and new!!!!!!

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i have a used pair of CCM 1052 custom lite tacks. the blades are pretty beat up and i was looking for replacements but dont know what to look for. any help is appreciated.
You're actually looking for what's refered to as a holder. Like Chris said your local shop should be able to hook you up. You might be able to replace just the holders. Not having to buy new steel will save you some $$$.

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