Renegade Juggling Club Parts for 95mm and 95mm+
You can buy all the parts to the all the types of clubs we sell, though you need to be carful what model club you are buying them for.
The first thing to figure out if you have a 75mm, 85mm, 95mm or 105mm body size. The difference between them is the width of the body. The best way to measure the width of the club is to place the edge of the club body against a wall. Then put a ruler against the wall on top the club and look straight down the ruler, to see the outside the edge of the club. The following width sizes are, 75mm 2 3/4 inch, 85mm 3 3/8 inch, 95mm 3 3/4 inch and 105mm 4.0 inch. The millimeter width of the clubs name, is not the actual width of the body.
The 95mm club comes in two styes of bodies. The step top body or the flat top body. The step top body is for clubs made with a glue on crepe cap, which only comes in black or white. The flat top body is made for a screw on plastic cap (the colored ones). It is easy to tell which you have, the glue on cap has no screw hole in the top of the cap.
The caps as mentioned above come in two styles, glue on and screw on. The photo on this product page does not show the glue on caps, on the screw on caps.
The knobs also come in two styles, screw on and glue on. The glue on knobs can only be used with the wood dowel club. The knobs come in 4 styles. Glue on crepe rubber knob, screw on flat bottom knob, screw one round knob, and screw on crepe rubber knob. The original Renegade 95mm club is made with glue on knobs. 85mm clubs are made with two types of dowels, wood or fiberglass. The original 95mmm club is made with a 3/4 inch wood dowel and glue on caps and knobs.
The new 95mm+ is made with a 5/8 fiberglass dowel and screw on caps and knobs The handle is made of a flat wrap of plastic as show in the photo. This is hard for the customer to apply the handle to the club. You need to have a staple gun to do this job. It is better to send in you clubs for repair if the dowel is broken, and you do not have access to a staple gun. Repairs are done for free you just need to pay for the parts. Call if you have any question about repairing your clubs. Extra Screws and washers for screw on knobs and caps.