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On the hunt for Rogers parts (lugs-n-legs)

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Hello all,

Picked up a few old Rogers shells (hence my first post to the forum) and I'm trying to put together a 'players kit'. I don't need perfect condition or period correct but I don't want to drill any holes.

The easy:

20" Holiday kick - missing nine large beaver tail lugs (2 1/4" spacing) and both spurs (mount, hex spur + collet). Might be interested in hoops as well.

12x8" Holiday rack tom - missing all 12 small beaver tail lugs (1 3/4" spacing)

The not-so-easy:

16x16" Holiday floor tom - missing all 16 bread and butter lugs (2 1/8" spacing) and legs (mounting plates & hex legs).. This is the drum I really want/need but those BnBs are giving me the willies. I'd be willing to do the metal epoxy work on cracked ones.

Let me know if you've got anything via a PM.

Thanks,

Brett

Posted on 10 years ago
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Welcome!

what color inlays do you need in the hoops?

I have lots of Beavertail lugs...what year are your drums?

THINK I still have some large B and B lugs too...but need to check

(all with some splits,of course!)

"Always make sure your front bottom BD lugs clear the ground!"
Posted on 10 years ago
#2
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Thanks-

The Holiday kick was an awful re-wrap that I pulled (felt like counter top material). If I can get the floor tom working I'd wrap the kick and rack tom to match; blue glass sparkle.

Kick was painted black inside with no paper label. Existing large beaver tails are spring-type. Had a standard script logo but no idea if original. Kick and rack could be from the same original kit as they had the same badges and the same awful re-wrap.

Rack - Cleveland tag, serial #60968

Floor - Cleveland tag, serial #12599 (w/ pirate script logo)

B

Posted on 10 years ago
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OK..that's what I wanted to know...

You want the HEAVY B-Tail lugs...with felts in them,correct?

"Always make sure your front bottom BD lugs clear the ground!"
Posted on 10 years ago
#4
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They do seem rather sturdy and all have felt, I believe.

I'm not looking for a proper restoration so a big price differential between lug types would lead me towards the later beaver tail versions (although springs over clips, I think).

The BnBs are higher on my priority list too as that's the drum I'd really like to get working. I completed a 20" Tower (silver sparkle, cleveland, mid-60s?) which I am digging so the 20" Holiday isn't pressing.

Posted on 10 years ago
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The heavy lugs make the drums sound better for some reason though!

I have some pitted heavy ones also I can sale...so price goes down..

I have lighter ones too..

call is yours....

"Always make sure your front bottom BD lugs clear the ground!"
Posted on 10 years ago
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Yeah, I can imagine that. Preferable to keep everything roughly equivalent as well. Let me know what you've got and the price you need and we'll take it from there.

Thanks

Posted on 10 years ago
#7
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PM sent...

"Always make sure your front bottom BD lugs clear the ground!"
Posted on 10 years ago
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