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Volvo240Power

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Can anyone be sure these are genuine Camco spurs and correct for a 20” Oaklawn bass drum? I know Ludwigs can be nearly identical other than a slight curve difference and Zickos used original Camcos until they made their own copy. Let me know! Thanks!
 

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I’ve seen others with this groove. Should they have this groove near the top or no?
 

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I have a pre-65 Oaklawn 20" BD and my arched spurs are 5/8" thick stock that measures about 10" across end to end (not following the arc).
The steel pin stopper for the rubber feet is positioned 180 degrees to the floor and I think the Ludwig version is positioned 90 degrees to the floor. Yours look like Camco spurs to me.
 
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I have a pre-65 Oaklawn 20" BD and my arched spurs are 5/8" thick stock that measures about 10" across end to end (not following the arc).
The steel pin stopper for the rubber feet is positioned 180 degress to the floor and I think the Ludwig version is positioned 90 degrees to the floor. yours look like Camco spurs to me.
Ok good info. Thank you. I’ve learned to distinguish from other similar models. Now I just need to find a pair of originals.
 


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