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04-04-2008, 01:12 PM
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What's the difference?

Just wondering, I own a one-piece Warrior Dolomite, and was thinking of getting a shaft and blade combo, shaft Warrior Dolomite, and a composite Easton Sakic. But when I went on www.hockeygiant.com there is a Warrior Dolomite GT shaft and a Dolomite TP shaft, is there any difference? One has an the GT has an RRP of $129.99 and the TP of $139.99.

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ones is probly a grip shaft.

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What's the Difference? was on after Recycled Junk and before Same Old Crap on that network's Who Gives a Rat's Ass? Thursdays lineup.

Yeah it's probably a grip

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one could be regular shaft and taper fit (skinny blades) maybe..
but usually between grip and non grip theres a few more $$$ difference.

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ah thanks, thought it might have been grip or tappered. Probably tappered sicne Warrior use Nipple Grip.

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ah thanks, thought it might have been grip or tappered. Probably tappered sicne Warrior use Nipple Grip.
Warrior did have a grip coating prior to the release of the nipple grip.

Dolo shafts are always tapered, unless you get one of the pro-stocks from hockeymonkey.com.

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yeah, but that's the first i've seen the two names!haha they have the exact same decriptions...it'd probably be an in-store question

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