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sOnrisemagic
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So I have had my triple change brass hot rod for 20 years. It's great, but over the years has some scratches so I need to replace it. Does any one know where I can get a good quality one?
I ordered one and it was terrible, and very loose. Seeing if any one has good first hand experience with any of them out there. thanks
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Try Rings and Things - https://www.rnt2.com/
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I don't think RNT2 makes a versatile "locking" Hot Rod like the OP is describing...?
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On Aug 8, 2018, Poof-Daddy wrote:
Try Rings and Things - https://www.rnt2.com/


Poof-Daddy thanks for the suggestion. I’ve talked with him over at rnt2 and he didn’t have them last time I checked, but that was over 6 months ago. he’s a great guy, and coordinates all of Christians USA sales from card shark. I will try him again and see what he says.
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Daytona Magic has one in brass.
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Daytona Magic has one in brass.

Awesome, thanks!!
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Brass can be polished by using Brasso, or Jeweler's rouge. These can be purchased at any hardware store.

Personal opinion, I never liked the bras models, the ones I have handled, it was obvious by the ends of the rod.
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On Aug 29, 2018, Bill Hegbli wrote:
Brass can be polished by using Brasso, or Jeweler's rouge. These can be purchased at any hardware store.

Personal opinion, I never liked the bras models, the ones I have handled, it was obvious by the ends of the rod.

thanks for the tip, i’m going to try that on my old one. it’s the only one i’ve seen with good ends.
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