Vintage Reproduction Drum Parts

Made in U.S.A.

Floor Tom Legs

Chrome plated cold rolled steel


SLINGERLAND

*Slingerland-Style - In Chicago and Niles, starting in the 60's, Slingerland used the straight round rod.

(Sorry, pictures not available.)

A 20" straight rod for the #590 shell mount, as used on cocktail drums and 14" floor toms. Their model #1290-5 with original #RT-6 rubber crutch tip. Set of three - $75.00.

A 17 1/2" straight rod for the #590 shell mount, as used on 16" and 18" floor toms. Their model #1290 with original #RT-6 rubber crutch tip. Set of three - $75.00.



*Slingerland-Style - A 17 1/2" bent rod, with knurling, for the #590 shell mount, as used on 16" and 18"
floor toms, out of the Spirit and Artist series. Their model #1290-4 with original #RT-6 rubber crutch tip.
(Also comes in a 23 inch model.)
Set of three - $100.00.


*Slingerland #590 Shell Base Assembly - Complete with mounting screws and washers.

NOS (New Old Stock). This part is for use with the cymbal L-arm (mounted on the bass drum).

$60.00 each OUT OF STOCK

Hey! - IF the wing screw on your old part is stripped-out,
CALL for details on how your part can be salvaged!



Wing Screw - Model #40622  (5/16-24 x ½ inch threading)

For Model #590 shell base assembly.

$10.00 each


Push Buttons for old style Slingerland Model #590 Floor Tom Leg Brackets.

Round head (Model 590PB-RDH), or Hex head (Model 590PB-HH). Chrome-plated.

$30.00 per set of three.



*Slingerland-Style - In the 80's, Slingerland used the flaired hex rod for the Magnum Series hardware.

A 23" hex rod for the #1970 shell mount, as used on 14" floor toms. Their model #1298-4X with original #RT-1 rubber crutch tips. Set of three - $95.00.

A 17 1/2" hex rod for the #1970 shell mount, as used on 16" or 18" floor toms. Their model #1298-4 with original #RT-1 rubber crutch tips. Set of three - $95.00.


ROGERS

*Rogers-Style - In the 60's, Rogers used the hex rod for Knobby and Swivomatic hardware.

  A long 20" hex rod for 14" floor toms. Their model #5605 or #60-5605-049 with original
  #4418 rubber crutch tips. Position markers notched for even height adjustment. Patterned
  from factory engineering drawings! Set of three, without Knobby brackets - $100.00
 
   
  A short 17 1/2" hex rod for 16" or 18" floor toms. Their model #5737 or #60-6840-049 with original
  #4418 rubber crutch tips. Position markers notched for even height adjustment. Patterned from
  factory engineering drawing! Set of three, without Knobby brackets - $100.00
 





*New Memory Positioning Device - This is a set of three “memory positioning devices” for
60’s Rogers Hex Rod Floor Tom Legs. Complete with #391 set screws. All chrome-plated.
This was never a Rogers part, but was created by Dave Jenkins and Jim Petty to function as a
“Memriloc” for the Knobby floor tom legs. That way, you don’t have to count the little notches
on the leg. Just set it and forget it!

Set of three - $75.00



*Rogers-Style - In the 60's, Rogers used the straight round rod for the Tower floor toms.

  A long 20" straight round rod, 3/8 inch diameter, with original #4418 rubber crutch tips.
  Position markers notched for even height adjustment. Their model #5614, for the 14"
  Tower (center-lug) floor tom. Copied from the original! Set of three, without Knobby
  brackets - $75.00
   



GRETSCH

*Gretsch-Style - Vintage 60’s Flared Floor Tom Legs. Model #4930. Newly manufactured in Texas by JP2 Creations. Identical to the originals! Total length is 18 ½ inches. Five knurled bands spaced 1 ½ inches apart provide reference marks for uniform height adjustment. Chrome plated. Comes with 3 new and correct rubber tips. This is a set of three used on a 16" floor tom. These are new… Not NOS or used! Beautiful chrome plating. Set of three - $100.00


LUDWIG

*Ludwig-Style Floor Tom Legs - Early 60s, Model P-1781A. 17 inches in length.

Set of three - $100.00


WFL

*WFL style Floor Tom Legs - Mid to late 50's, Model #5020. 17 inches long with P603 rubber tips,
as used on 16" floor toms.

Set of three. - $75.00 (picture not available)



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