what blade..

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  1. serkes

    serkes Registered User

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    the blade on my pro stock warrior dolomite dd just broke and i am going to buy a new blade..was thinking either bauer x:60 or easton se16 blade. wondering if anyone had any recommendations for a new tapered blade
     
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    why not another dolomite blade? if choice between x60 and se16, i would go x60. se16 isn't known for blade durability.
     
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    i was also considering the dolo blade or a reebok blade, just wondering if anyone had any input or recommendations before i bought one
     
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    i like the x60 my buddy has an se16 its alright it chipped easy and it looks like its gonna break anyday i used an x60 at drop in just yesterday and it felt real nice
     
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    I would go with the new Dolomite DD blade. Dolomite shafts tend to be a little smaller than others and it's tough to fit them in. Next choice would be the X:60. I've never liked Easton blades as they chip/crack/go soft quickly.
     
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    That is exactly what you should purchase. It will be miles above the quality of other blades.
     

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