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  1. Eurovision Finalist

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    Default DW 9000 dbl pedal question

    Hi everyone.

    Would like to know if anyone knows the part number for the spring unit that would fit the left pedal if I was to use it as a single pedal.

    I went to DW site and it has only got the part for DW 5000. It doesn't look the same as the 9000 ones on my pedal.

    Can anyone help?

    Or should I just got out and buy to Eliminators.

    Cheers

  2. Deus Beatus Vos

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    As far I know you can't turn a 9002 double into 2 9000 singles with standard parts.


  3. Eurovision Finalist

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    I emailed DW about 2 months ago DW Drummer, and I still haven't received a reply. Maybe the question was too hard.

    I think you CAN make a 9000 double pedal into two single pedals with the standard part Lyn. All I need is the part number for the spring assembly that fits the DW 9002 left pedal. If you look at the left pedal on a 9002 Lyn, it is "single pedal ready", assuming you HAVE a 9002 that is.

    But I will try Customer Service again and see how I go.

    Cheers and thanks for your replies.

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    PM SonorKen if he's still on the boards. I know he did his after DW told him it couldn't be done. If I remember correct everything was easy except one tiny part, and he was able to use some part from something else to make it work.

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    OK, found it. You can thank me later. This topic goes over the whole drama and of converting the pedals.

    http://www.musicianforums.com/forums...8&page=1&pp=25

  6. Eurovision Finalist

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    Cheers Lyn. Is that you on the pic? If it is, you look like a rockin chcik. Very pretty. Kickass!!!!

    Cheers

    Pup.

  7. Deus Beatus Vos

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    It's Wendy Powell from The Skirts. I'm just boring and average.

  8. Registered User

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn
    It's Wendy Powell from The Skirts. I'm just boring and average.

    You're a drummer and therefore not boring or average.

  9. Absolut Heaven

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    ^agreed
    I have no drum kit....

    DO YOU KNOW WHAT IS REALLY COOL?
    SPAGHETTI BOLOGNESE!!

    DO YOU KNOW WHAT IS AWESOME TO THE MAX?
    MACARONI CHEESE!!!

    WHY CAN'T THESE PASTAS JUST GET ALONG???

  10. Eurovision Finalist

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    Hi eveyone, just got this back from DW.

    "Thank you for playing DW. You will have to order the entire spring assembly (with stroke adjustment) for a 5000. This can be special ordered through your local authorized DW dealer. The part numbers needed are as follows:

    Part Retail
    DWSP066S $7.00
    DWSP025 $22.00
    DWSP016 $4.00
    DWSP015 $4.00
    DWSP061 $2.00

    Best regards,

    Brandon Pierce
    Customer Service Representative
    Drum Workshop, Inc.
    "


    So looks like you CAN do it.

    Alright then!!!!!! (doing the metal sign)

    Cheers all.

  11. Registered User

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    Ok, I have converted the pedal into 2 seperate pedals and it doesn't work. I bought all the extra parts. The only way to actually convert it would be to drill and tap your upright (which I don't advise at all), install an upright roller bearing and then your going to have to heat up the outside of the roller pin assembly enough to tap it into place.

    You can make the pedal work but it isnt smooth at all. I just bought another pedal. Im getting ready to buy another kit (Sonors or DW's); single base, so Im going to buy another single 9002 pedal for my double kick Sonor kit and use the 9002's on the new single kick kit.

    I am using the converted pedal right now. I have converted it into a electronic pedal to use with the electronics in my Sonor kit. I have a Roland KD-7 attached to it. In this capacity the converted 9002 does a decent job as you don't really need alot of rebound in this application.

    I can take pics of the converted 9002 and post em up if that would help.
    Kit#1
    Sonor Delites
    22X17 bass drumX2, 8X8 tom, 10X9 tom, 12x10 tom, 14x12 tom, 14x6 snare, and a 16x16 floor tom
    Roland Electronics
    Gibraltar Rack
    DW9000X2/DW9500
    Paiste Signature Series
    Paiste Exotic Series
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    Sonor 3005 kit with Zildjian and Sabian cymbals, DW 9002, DW9500.

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