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Old 05-24-2009, 06:20 AM
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Default Would a Ludwig 300 series stand be able to hold up a 24in 2oo2 ride?

I was just wondering....300 is supposed to be "heavy duty" but I want to make sure so I dont get the ride and then have the whole right side of my set collapse (lol...) randomly.

anyone have any input?
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Old 05-24-2009, 09:11 AM
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Default Re: Would a Ludwig 300 series stand be able to hold up a 24in 2oo2 ride?

Looking in the Luddie catalog, I see the L326 straight stand, and the L336 mini-boom stand. Double braced. I would think either would work, for holding a 24" ride.
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Old 05-24-2009, 10:37 AM
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Default Re: Would a Ludwig 300 series stand be able to hold up a 24in 2oo2 ride?

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Looking in the Luddie catalog, I see the L326 straight stand, and the L336 mini-boom stand. Double braced. I would think either would work, for holding a 24" ride.
yeah, they're double braced and everything so...good thing i plan on putting a ride on the mini-boom, because i want the 20in crash to be on a full-sized stand

what the hell's going with the 400 series? was it discontinued?

Because i know the "glitter" accents are called "400 series" but they come with 300 series hardware also.
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