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    us
    Oct 2020
    Stafford, VA
    Teknetics Patriot Minelab Equinox 800
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    Question about carbon fiber shafts for NOX

    Looking for some help. I am interested in a carbon fiber shaft for my NOX800. Looking at the Steve's or Detect-ed shafts. However, it's not so much the weight savings I am interested in. I have a minelab detector bag and have to separate the top and bottom of my stock shaft to fit the detector in the bag. Does anyone know if either/both/neither of the Steves or Detect-ed carbon shafts will allow me to just collapse the shaft to fit it in the bag or not? Appreciate any help. Thanks and happy hunting.

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    Steve

    Sep 2014
    Maryland
    Minelab EXt 505, Tesoro Sand shark, Whites coinmaster pro. Tesoro Compadre.
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    I just bought a detec- ed red shaft. I never take mine down. But first, the lock system is great, like on an Italion racing bike wheel lock. pretty fool proof. #2 there are no sliding lock pins to slid in shaft holes, so ypu might be able to slide the bottom shaft into the top shaft. Measure your bag, go to the detect -ed web site and get the measurments for the top and bottom shaft. I bought mine from Big Boys Hobbies. Go to there web site and ask Bart these questions, he's a great guy to deal with, and knows alot about what he sells. good luck. Oh , I liked the detect ed over all the other shafts way better. Steve's, Anderson.
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    us
    Oct 2020
    Stafford, VA
    Teknetics Patriot Minelab Equinox 800
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    21 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Great info and thanks very much, I will definitely check it out. Thanks!

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    us
    Jul 2012
    Poconos, Nw.NJ & Delaware Valley
    Fisher f75 Teknetics Omega 8000 (Coming soon) Minelab Equinox 800 Have owned Minela b Safari and X terra 705
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    Steve of Steveís detector rods will work closely with you to provide exactly what you want. I know this because he did so for me. Product is excellent he helped me with my customized 600 which had a folding mechanism ( fold and go). The lever locks will allow you to separate the shaft in two halves but be sure the repeated doing so will not wear down the ends.

 

 

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