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    Default Times are tough {Good Deal Thread}

    I'm looking for stick deals, what are you looking for?

    Please share your finds here.
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    I know I've posted this b4 but they are even cheaper than ever.
    Inno Sr. One-Piece Sticks

    Just saw this on ModSquad.

    I know there has been some confusion on the origins of the Inno Maniac and Thunderdome product sold at Monkey. Here is some insight into these products. This was originally posted on Warrior's Facebook page since the question came up during one of our "ask the Product Manager" sessions.

    Hope this info helps:

    The Inno Maniac, Thunderdome and ProLiteII are Warrior overruns that were built at our factory in Mexico. These overruns consist of pattern overruns(sticks made over our demand from our orders), or sticks with slight cosmetic (ding, scratches, pit marks) but consist mostly those that have flex or weight discrepancies.

    Warrior has a very tight tolerance on our flex and weight testing. We flex and weigh-test every shaft as they come off the line and if, for any reason, they do not fit into our tight threshold, we put them aside as a non-cosmetic blem. These blems (always tested without graphics) are put into a pile.

    We use these sticks to build some Special Make Up sticks under the INNO brand name. There's nothing particularly wrong with the sticks, except for the fact that the flex might be off by 3 or 4 points or the weight might be off by 5 or 10 grams. So a sticks that was supposed to be an 85, might be a 89 or 82. Or a stick that was supposed to have a 300g handle, might have a 310g handle.

    If those off-specs don't bother you, it's a pretty good deal for a stick made in Warrior's factory.

    Thanks,
    Keith
    New Inno sticks - ModSquadHockey

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    Hack saw works fine. Some swear by these types of blades Allway Tool 10" Tung Rod Saw Blade RS10-03050 but I can't seem to get a straight cut even w/ a mitre box. Some day I'm gonna get a chop saw.

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    chop saw - Google Product Search

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    I use my bandsaw to cut my sticks straight. Although I have also used a small dremel with a cutoff wheel as well when I was in a pinch. Wrap a piece of tape around the stick where you want to cut it and that will give you a pretty accurate gauge of where straight is.

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    I want to buy a stick to use for autographs. anyone knows of the best cheap one to use? Also a while back i went to hockey giant and bought gear for hockey, i wore em once for a short time and got hurt. Since then i have become more hurt and came to realize that i wont play again. If anyone needs gear for a decent price then let me know what you need.

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    TSR finally has launched a decent website they have lots of ProStick gear and decent prices.
    Welcome to Total Sports Repair, Inc
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    Red Tag Hockey | Hockey Equipment Discount, Sales & Deals has some great clearance deals right now. I bought all of my pads and my ice pants from them for $188. The same stuff is selling for $350 at Hockey Monkey.
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    Thread pruned and all links still work.
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    All three So Cal super stores are having big sales all the time 10-30% off everything. Best is to get on the mailing lists for the daily deals or make sure to do a google search for coupon codes b4 you check out. Heck, Monkey always had get the code link for 10% off right on the check out page but usually you can find a 20% code somewhere here on the interwebs.

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    FYI, Hockeytron is leaving Los Alamitos and moving to Norwalk. Not sure of the address. Was there Saturday but didn't see any moving sale going on. Save the drive.
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