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  1. Hello Cleveland...

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    Default CHB830 bass drum mounted cymbal arm

    Are these available? Iíve not had any luck finding one? There is a small blurry picture in the latest catalogue but no other information anywhere. What is the mount? Is it an LB200? What are the dimensions for the arm? Thx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rueben31045 View Post
    Are these available? I’ve not had any luck finding one? There is a small blurry picture in the latest catalogue but no other information anywhere. What is the mount? Is it an LB200? What are the dimensions for the arm? Thx.
    The CHB380 bracket (http://www.lonestarpercussion.com/St...older-Arm.html) is NOT a floor tom leg bracket (http://www.lonestarpercussion.com/St...g-Bracket.html). The CHB830 has its own memory lock and accepts a 1/2" pipe. The mounting screws are just over 1 7/8" apart.
    Dimensions; The L-rod is about 6 1/8" long and 8 1/2" high; The cymbal arm is 10 1/2" to the pivot point; The pivot to the top of the cymbal arm is 5 1/2"

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    Here is a pic of mine. I added a Tama MC5 Compact Clamp (https://www.tama.com/usa/products/detail/mc5.html) and Pearl CH830S Boom Arm (https://pearldrum.com/products/hardw...olders/#ch830s).

    You might also notice the CHB830 L-Rod and Cymbal Arm attached to my floor tom leg via another Tama MC5

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    Thx everyone. Big blue thumbs up

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    Are the screw holes for the leg bracket and the CHB830 the same? No one has a CHB830 in stock locally but I was going to get my tech to drill all the holes at the same time. I’m adding a BB3 as well.

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    This odd. The previous catalog says it IS a floor Tom LB-200.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rueben31045 View Post
    This odd. The previous catalog says it IS a floor Tom LB-200.
    It looks like they may have changed their design. The memory lock in that picture looks like the standard floor tom one. The one on mine has a notch to prevent it from rotating.
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