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12-08-2006, 12:08 AM
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RBK Sickick 7k stick

I am looking at the RBK sickick stick. Anybody have it?? Do you like it?? I would go for the regular 7k prolite, but I like a little weight in my stick.

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I am looking at the RBK sickick stick. Anybody have it?? Do you like it?? I would go for the regular 7k prolite, but I like a little weight in my stick.
Hi There,

I have a RBK 7k Sickick for sale if your a lefty? I have a business called Stick fix and we repair broken composite sticks. We offer a 30 day warranty to the repair and add little to no weight to the stick while making it stronger than it was from the factory. email me if you're interested.

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I already bought one, but thanks for the offer. What part of the stick do you repair? I chipped off a piece of the blade of my new RBK sicKick taking slapshots. The chip is about 1" long and 1/4" deep.

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I have the Prolite II and love it!!

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Hi There,

I have a RBK 7k Sickick for sale if your a lefty? I have a business called Stick fix and we repair broken composite sticks. We offer a 30 day warranty to the repair and add little to no weight to the stick while making it stronger than it was from the factory. email me if you're interested.

Thom
stickfix@cox.net
What part of the stick do you repair, is it any part of it? I'm also looking for a rbk 7k sickick has anyone got a right handed, intermediate one with Datsyuk curve???

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I have the prolite II also. I also love it. I just wish I didnt chip it. I bought mine at Greatskate.com they have great prices

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What part of the stick do you repair, is it any part of it? I'm also looking for a rbk 7k sickick has anyone got a right handed, intermediate one with Datsyuk curve???

hockeyguy07
From what I've read..they can fix the shaft, and just came out with a new thing where they can repair the blade too.

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01-10-2007, 09:15 PM
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what is the new thing that can repair the blade called? where can I find it?

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SRS Hockey....if you go to their site, blade repair is listed as 'coming soon' so idk how soon that'll be...

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hey.. you should deffinatly look into gettin one of these sticks, I have have one and I realy like it, Its got a little bit of weight to it but not much

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