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    Posted: 11/11/2009 at 7:27pm
I Found it... 22 years ago I used it with Sriver on FH and Double Fish 820A short pip on my BH.. I went to my uncle's house wanting to borrow some big luggages and found it. I guess I brought it to the US years ago and forgotten about it..
 
Bat was made in the 70s. DHS PF4-016.
The Sriver was easy to clean.. The pips out, however, became hard and I think it's almost impossible to clean.. Any ideas?
 
Oh, and check out this Dunlop blade circa 1988.. Still good, rubbers maybe got 10% grip, hahaha.
 
My mom bought me those, so I want to keep them Wink
 
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These are so cool! The rubber on the DHS PF4 looks like it went through a microwave or something... Dead
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perhaps try to use a solution called acetone? and rubbed it a little bit at the time on the sponge...
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Use thinner. Should be ok. I use it on the most stubborn premades. But you would have to use a lot. Almost soaking the sponge. Didn't come off immediately too. Takes a few hours.

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Thanks for the suggestions, guys, but I forgot to mention that the double fish rubber actually rock-hardened..Confused
It's almost like another layer of wood....It is solid..And I think I need stronger solutions like acid..
 
 
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that rubber looks soo nasty
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acid? yeah... that will work... make sure you photograph/record the blades before, during, and after the deed... that would make for a good entertainment... hehehe...
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 Now that is a classic blade.
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Try to use a knife or something to remove the top part. Then sandpaper the remaining sponge gently, it should work..
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Originally posted by dragon kid dragon kid wrote:

Try to use a knife or something to remove the top part. Then sandpaper the remaining sponge gently, it should work..
Can't. Sponge and rubber became a rock hard goo..They melt into one. Strangest thing..
@rokphish, I was joking.. Acid is not strong enough... I need something like those Alien's saliva.. Big%20smile
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sandpaper disk will do the job fine.
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Thanks Holda, why didn't I think of that?
I have some sanding tools from car audio fiberglassing stuff in the past and forgotten about them. Big%20smile
I'll try to do it this weekend and post the result.
 
Thanks again!
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do u want to sell this blade for $80? i want to buy it. Or if u need me to remove that sponge from the blade, i charge you $10:)

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Man! oh! Man! i have the same blade 25 years ago...bring back lots of memoriesLOL i have the green rubber though. I even have the version of almost a square handle flare version at that time. This blade handle similar to shield pioneer. A classic from the 80'sClap. In  order to know if you still have life in your rubber you have to rub it in your hair LOL If it does not grip your hair then another resort is to put it in the fridge lol. So it will become tacky i may say sticky again.
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Originally posted by dual700 dual700 wrote:

Thanks Holda, why didn't I think of that?
I have some sanding tools from car audio fiberglassing stuff in the past and forgotten about them. Big%20smile

I'll try to do it this weekend and post the result.


Thanks again!

you welcome,i hope it works for you.just don't get too exited with those spinning wheels:)just kiddin'
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the dhs blade you sold me,dual700 is amazing.i kind of dislike the handle as it has some sharp edges i have not smoothed out,yet.overall,the blade's performnce is unbelievable.i don't understand why dhs discontinued these.
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is that a 7 ply dhs blade? my coach uses that blade and its still good even after 20 yrs. he got it from china 
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Is this a Deng Yaping blade?
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Gatz, I know which blade you are talking about, I had them before, and the shield, and the hair trick..LOL But the DHS we had was a premade... This one was supposed to be China National Team's edition and costs a lot more.
 
Holda: This 016 is so much lighter compared to the 08 (123 gr) and 032 (100 gr), but also, this one has regular compact head compared to the oversized 08 and 032. I wonder how this one is rated..
 
Yogi: yes, it is 7 ply sir..
 
Dr Stalker, not sure if it is...
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deng ya ping supposedly used the 32 version...
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anybody knows where can i get one of these classic blades?
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Originally posted by yogi_bear yogi_bear wrote:

anybody knows where can i get one of these classic blades?
 
Nowhere. Unless you speak chinese and want to pay some 300$. Wink
 BTW, dual700, are you sure that this one is a 7 ply? The old PF4-016 is 6 ply ayous wood.
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You are right...It's pretty hard to see how many plies there are..
6 plies..
Do you know if this blade is an OFF, ALL, or?
 
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Originally posted by yogi_bear yogi_bear wrote:

anybody knows where can i get one of these classic blades?


i think i might have an 08 somewhere in my room...
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Originally posted by dual700 dual700 wrote:

You are right...It's pretty hard to see how many plies there are..
6 plies..
Do you know if this blade is an OFF, ALL, or?
 
Thanks
 It is OFF. As far as I know 08b was the only defensive DHS blade. Hou Yingchao and Ding Song played with it.
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rop can you please post a pic of that blade or pics from different angles would be better, thanks. i might get it as a gift for my coach
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I have a dhs pf4 like that, but it has a chip out of the side.  Pretty good one.  Nothing to affect play though.  Do you think I should post a pic?  Maybe it still has value? handle is more of a conic flared though.
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What series, Cole?
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I don't know how to tell?  Does it say on the stamp and I just didn't catch it?
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Originally posted by cole_ely cole_ely wrote:

I don't know how to tell?  Does it say on the stamp and I just didn't catch it?
All PF4 should have the stamp on the handle.
But my bat's gen, be it 08, 016, 032 has the same type of handle..
I think yours is the newer...
 
 
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