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05-15-2006, 05:49 PM
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Warrior Dolimite ?????

Are all the Warrior Dolimites shafts tapered? the reason I ask is some sites have them as tappered and some do not.I even called one site and they told me they were not tapered.(the site I ordered my shaft from).I want to make sure I get the right blade.

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Prostock's will be different, but the Dolomite shaft should be tapered and the AK is the standard version.

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The Dolomite as I understand it is just a repainted Inno 1100.

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The Dolomite as I understand it is just a repainted Inno 1100.
I have an Inno 1100 and it uses a regular blade, not a tapered blade. Which the Dolomite is said to use.

I thought I saw something just recently that said it was tapered.

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I was bored so I looked it up. Here is the link to epuck's write up on the Dolomite shaft, and a small piece from their review.

http://www.epuck.com/webapp/wcs/stor...tegory_rn=1803

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Dolomite Shaft Details
The overall design of the Dolomite is that of a Tapered shaft. Basically, this is the EXACT same shaft as what you get in the Dolomite OPS.


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Inno 1100s came in standard, tapered and OPS. The Dolomites are only tapered and OPS. In the OPS, they use the checkerboard blades which weren't completely available in the 1100s (only the last run which wasn't easy to find).

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Inno 1100s came in standard, tapered and OPS. The Dolomites are only tapered and OPS. In the OPS, they use the checkerboard blades which weren't completely available in the 1100s (only the last run which wasn't easy to find).
Do'h I feel like a tard now. I thought Inno 1100's were shaft only and not tapered. Something I should have known seeing how Innovative emailed me their catalog.

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