Camco 500 hi hat stand

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No rust and only minor pitting. New rubber feet. The footboard threads were stripped so I just repaired with an undersized bolt/nut. I imagine the cast metal would be a fairly easy re-tap if you're so inclined. Clutch is original except Luddy wing bolt. $75 +shipping (this covers paypal fee). Local pickup in Tacoma $70. Thank you kindly.

Dave

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Tempting, looks like a light, sturdy stand that is gig worthy.
Vintage dw!
How’s the action?
 

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Tempting, looks like a light, sturdy stand that is gig worthy.
Vintage dw!
How’s the action?
Smooooth, although the tension adjustment is not a very wide range. My only issue with the stand is the little thumb screw that secures the bottom plate to the spikes isn't beefy enough to crank down securely. I'd swap it for a drum key bolt if I wanted to gig it.
 

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And another bumpski. Shoot me an offer. This has become more of a safety hazard in the living room that I might impale myself upon next time I trip over the dog.
 


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