(OFF TOPIC) Dube Juggling Clubs (OFF TOPIC)

(OFF TOPIC) Dube Juggling Clubs (OFF TOPIC)

Post by gbarne » Tue, 01 Jan 2002 04:25:06


Sorry for posting on this NG if you dont care about juggling.

I'm making my own juggling torches, using a lathe to turn the
spindle/body piece.

They're going to be almost identical in appearance to Dube's torches. I
will be ordering Dube's redecoration kit for most of the trim.

Anyway, my question, I need to know the diameter of the wooden spindle
on Dube's clubs, so I can make mine ready to accomodate a Dube ***
knob. Could someone maybe remove this knob and measure the diameter of
the spindle? The length from the end of the club to the start of the
plastic body would be useful too.

I managed to leave my Dube clubs at college over winter break.

If anyone is interested in making their own torches, I will likely add a
webpage to my site if they turn out all right.

Thanks.

George Barnes - gbarnes(AT)iastate.edu President, ISU Unicycle Club
http://SportToday.org/~gbarnes/

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Post by Tom Dale » Sat, 05 Jan 2002 01:22:32

Quote:
> Could someone maybe remove this knob and measure the diameter of
> the spindle?

The answer to this question is YES.

The answer to the question that you didn't ask is 0.625".

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Post by tel » Sat, 05 Jan 2002 08:15:09

A good site on making torches is
http://www.juggling.org/help/torches/making.html
http://www.juggling.org/help/torches/making.html

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