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Everything posted by kerr

  1. I think Base is just trying to get hype and generate orders with the 'available for a limited time' statement.
  2. I took a hard shoot to the side of the boot. The guy was 6'4" probably 300lbs. The boot was damaged but I didn't feel anything. It is the standard boot, so AfftonDad protection is not a worry. Boot getting damaged might be be a concern, but I think it was probably the spot the puck hit which was right on the edge where the sole and side "meet". Scott did the repair for free. He’s a good dude. Damage: https://imageshack.com/i/pae8nPOGj Repair: https://imageshack.com/i/ey6u9XKvj
  3. Initially, the t-nuts will settle, this depends on how rigid the midsole of the skate is. So, after a weeks use retighten them then again in a month. I never had the bolts loosen after doing this. Copper rivets are more malleable then t-nuts so this shouldn’t be a problem. As for the front four rivets, I use a drill bit larger then the diameter of the rivet to remove most of the rivets head. Until I can punch the rivet out from the outside in. I had varying success with this method. Is difficult not to damage the holders.
  4. I agree with loierev07. One thing to add is that sprungs allow you to be on 4, 3, 2, or 1 wheel(s). While the marsblade don't allow this. I notice the difference while stopping and making tight turns. The stopping control/feel with spungs is 10/10, marsblade 8/10, and rigid chassis 4/10.
  5. I had sprungs. It's been about two years since I last skated on them. I currently have marsblade. I will write a review once I play some league games with them.
  6. Eksempler, they were not advailable when I wrote that comment.
  7. ^ They have the same lie. The Z Pro has less toe rocker, more of a mid-heel, and a touch longer. Harrow #3 (Drury) is on top: Z Pro left:
  8. They look a little too far back. I would prefer the chassis to be moved 1-2 cm forward. But you may like them the way they are.
  9. That's a good idea and if they get a North American distributor. I would definitely give it a go if the price is fair. $300 is pricey but they come with the wheels I use but with limited information it would not be a smart buy. This would be a get product for a LTR.
  10. They like a really nice alternative to sprungs. With sprungs no longer available, its a great time to launch the product. It does not appear they ship to the US though.
  11. The Versteeg would be your best bet check out the pics here: http://www.modsquadhockey.com/forums/index.php?/topic/57617-warrior-stick-customizer-program/?view=findpost&p=889540 The Slovak is an extreme toe curve. As far a less open drury, the only thing that comes close is a Roenick Pro.
  12. Hey Keith, When will the W12 be advailable on the customizer? Thanks
  13. ^^ I'm not sure what you're asking but heres the pic: http://i1089.photobucket.com/albums/i360/Miseaujeu/Stick-Flex--Length.jpg Also, I have had an Int. 70 flex AK and a Sr 75 flex Dolo and the AK was alot more whippy. I felt like a Sr. 60-65 flex.
  14. Any updates on the chassis? Also, I'm not a fan of having just a rear shim that looks to be about 3 - 5 mm. I would offer 2mm front and rear shims so you could run all 76's with no shims or all 80's with shims.
  15. How did you get the finger extension? And what was the upcharge? Thanks
  16. Hey Justin, well these skates be available boot only? I hope so since were both avid Hi-Lo users: http://www.modsquadhockey.com/forums/index.php?/topic/285-labeda-hummer-chasis/
  17. My ideal chassis would be all 76mm wheels with a low center of gravity (i.e. having to dremel the outsole a little bit). Also, having more than 3 sizes would be a bonus. Do you have any plans similar to this?
  18. Miseujeu, Is it possible to get the dolomite not fused? I really want a 70 flex shaft. Thanks
  19. Base has 8 curves, 4 of them with three lie options. And they have 5 pro custom curves which are available in only one handedness and lie. As far as flex goes, they seem to be willing to do custom flexes. I have been talking to them via email. I'll let you know how it goes if you want.
  20. They already have that http://www.blackstonesport.com/technology.cfm FBV-ROH Comparisons
  21. Forefoot width, heel width, and volume? Thanks
  22. One man's comfort, is another man's discomfort. Could you give some specifics of the fit, so people don't get their hopes up unnecessarily?
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