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  1. X VAULT OF THE ADEPTS

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    Quote Originally Posted by russb66
    Hey Mike, the link should work now...
    cool, your original link brought me here: http://www.widgetco.com/
    Quote Originally Posted by ProBeat-Jazz
    Demfer IS a source. He is never wrong. Anyone who thinks Demfer is a person is a complete fool. If you were to look at him, you would explode. :eek: :eek:

  2. Snare Ho'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demfer
    cool, your original link brought me here: http://www.widgetco.com/
    It wasn't working.The original works now.Free shipping also.They work great.
    Check out my NEW site: www.drums-of-newyork.com

  3. STARCLASSIC MAPLE

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    Great !! I was trying to find that kind of EPDM rubber Stoppers too for my riser.. thanks fo the link. Do you how much weight each rubber piece can hold ?
    THE STRONGEST NAME IN DRUMS


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    Quote Originally Posted by Demian
    Great !! I was trying to find that kind of EPDM rubber Stoppers too for my riser.. thanks fo the link. Do you how much weight each rubber piece can hold ?
    My wife and I stood on it with no problem.I weigh 155.She weighs around 110.
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  5. Drummin' 4 Decades..

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    Russ - did you get that mammoth rubber slab from the same website?

  6. Snare Ho'

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyman1970
    Russ - did you get that mammoth rubber slab from the same website?
    No Andy. I actually can't remember which website it came from[it was last year].
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  7. The dude abides.

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    Nice job russ. Must be fun to be able to "step up" to your drums at home.

    The work looks really clean.

    Cheers!
    -Chris

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    Great job, the riser and kit looks fantastic.

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    the 2x4's might twist, they're only held in by one screw

    thast my only worry, nice work though man

  10. Snare Ho'

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamcarrolldrum
    the 2x4's might twist, they're only held in by one screw

    thast my only worry, nice work though man
    No, they won't twist since the 2x4s are pushed up against each other for stability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by russb66
    No, they won't twist since the 2x4s are pushed up against each other for stability.
    mm still not sure

  12. Snare Ho'

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamcarrolldrum
    mm still not sure
    LOL. I used over 30 screws. You see one screw in the picture and assume that's the only screw holding the platform together? Good comedy!
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