WFL Classic strainer

atomicdave

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I have a few. There are a couple variations...and if nickel, could be one of either design: one has two separate mounting holes (chrome one on left), but earlier version had top mounting hole with extended threaded rod thru the shell (nickel on on right)....this, mounting hole distance different. Neither line up with the later Ludwig version as was shorter length strainer.
 

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Good info there Dave. I don't recall seeing the on the right. My '48-'52 Wfl may have that one though. Not sure.

Mike
 

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Not sure, Ill have to take it apart.
It is a 1956 , 13, has the newer version on it .
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i have 1 .... unfortunately the throw rod is stripped .... it's nob it came off a 1958 wfl snare drum
... let me know , i'll trade it for something ....
 

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the handle ..... the tension on the throw holds it in place .... it's functional
 

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the female part is not stripped .... a tension rod fits into the female part .... you can use that instead of the proper handle .... that what i did
 

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I have a chrome housing with mounting bracket/spring only if you want to save a few $'s and put the innerds from that classic on the drum now into this WFL housing.
 

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