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11-02-2009, 12:08 PM
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Broken One-Piece Sticks

Does anyone have any experience using a one-piece stick that was broken and repaired, i.e.Stick Surgeon, SRS, etc.? The rink I skate at has some that have been repaired from a major junior team.
I appreciate your input. Thanks.

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I saw a video for a company that has a system for this type of repair and it looked good honestly.

I personally have no experience with any kind of repair system.

I've not broken any sticks to repair yet but have only been using composites for one year.

... but this thread looks like it needed a boost so here it is.


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Does anyone have any experience using a one-piece stick that was broken and repaired, i.e.Stick Surgeon, SRS, etc.? The rink I skate at has some that have been repaired from a major junior team.
I appreciate your input. Thanks.

I would just cut em and use as a shaft.

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I would just cut em and use as a shaft.
I tried doing that with one of mine, but the opening in the shaft seemed just a little too small for the tab of senior blades (just to compare, sized up an old junior blade sitting around in the garage, and it was about 2 layers of tape too small). Heated up the end and shoved it in, but it looked like the shaft was gonna burst open faster than a pregnant woman at 10 months. Don't know how long it would last stressed like that.

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I would just cut em and use as a shaft.
Not what I am talking about. A lot of these one-piece sticks break a foot or two up the shaft, nowhere near the blade, so using as a shaft to insert a blade isn't relevant.
Here is what I am talking about: http://www.srshockey.com/

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Not what I am talking about. A lot of these one-piece sticks break a foot or two up the shaft, nowhere near the blade, so using as a shaft to insert a blade isn't relevant.
Here is what I am talking about: http://www.srshockey.com/
This is the site: http://www.rjrhockey.com! They are epoxy melded together with a special resin and then sanded and then painted. Best repair of any product. Tell them that head coach from Pass the Puck recommend you. They might give you a discount...or not.

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I repair them by heating it back together with glue, reinforce the stress point. If it breaks again do the same thing but add 2-4 bolted screws at the stress point, if it breaks again and totally is dead, i cut it into a mini stick

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when I break my two pieces I just turn them around and put a bottem in on the other side

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when I break my two pieces I just turn them around and put a bottem in on the other side
If it breaks down by the hosel, then this will work. Sometimes they break in the middle and this won't work. I was referring to the latter.

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