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Old 03-24-2013, 08:28 PM
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Default Re: Dunnett R-4L 2011/12 Model Vs 2013 Model???

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Originally Posted by KarlCrafton View Post
Could the Dunnett part be modified at all, instead of the holes on the shell?


http://www.musiciansfriend.com/drums...nare-throw-off

It's nice when they show the list price--Parts don't really get discounted more than 30% usually, stores don't get much off on parts.
Some prices I have seen are stupid expensive though...along with a few totally, absolutely delusional people on eBay...holy cow....
Yea maybe possible on the R4-L but I dont have the patience nor the tools to do it. I called DCP today and told them, I ordered a P-86 from them as well and I will return the R4-L to them when I get the P-86. The R4-L will fit any BB or Supra before 1990 as they made the change to the strainer mounting holes around then. That's what Ron Dunnett said in posts on other forums. Well see how the P-86 is, if I dont like it ill order the Trick GS007 in chrome and get a retroplate for my BB. I mean you figure that someone out there could make a really good throw off for Ludwig being that the 2 best drums ever made (Supra & BB) have the worst choice in stock P-85 or slight upgrade P-86 throw offs. Does not make any sense to me. It's like a Ferrari Or Lambo not coming with A/C or Power Windows....

Trick GS007 Chrome:
http://www.drumfactorydirect.com/ind...2&currency=USD

Trick Retroplate Ludwig:
http://www.dwsnare.com/html/Ludwig_Drums.html
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