KO Cassettes Question

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  1. Baccala1976

    Baccala1976 Well-Known Member

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    So, I've been looking at the KO Cassettes as a good, cheap alternative to finding loose ones (Specifically Ratbat) Can anyone tell me if they are of good quality or made of really cheap plastic?

    If this thread already exists, please point me in the right direction. Thanks a bunch!
     
  2. karamazov80

    karamazov80 Million Dollar Champion

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    There is an existing thread somewhere, but I can tell you, since I recently bought the Ratbat/Frenzy, that the ones I got appear to be pretty good quality. The only drawback is that the stickers kind of suck on my Frenzy. Though you could remedy this with some reprolabels, the cost then starts to add up a bit.
     
  3. Paladine

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    The Ratbat I got sucked. Absolutely horrible. It's the luck of the draw I suppose.
     
  4. Baccala1976

    Baccala1976 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys!
     
  5. Erector

    Erector I ruined the Hall of Fame

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    Same. Mine was loose as hell. Frenzy was fine though.
     
  6. wheeljaxx

    wheeljaxx Banned

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    my ratbat was ok. i had to tighten the screws and that fixed it. i tried rerolabels, but the color was off on the KO a bit, so i skipped that idea.
     
  7. Paladine

    Paladine Well-Known Member

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    I could probably repair my Ratbat if I got around to it. The problem with mine is that the screws were too long. Therefore they would screw all the way in, but it wouldn't hold the two body pieces close enough together. My theory is that I could just dremel the screws slightly shorter, and it would be fine. I haven't got around to doing it yet.
     
  8. RandomFerret

    RandomFerret Fuzzy Forever

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    The plastic is fine, the assembly is a little sloppy. Tighten the screws and adjust the stickers, and it's perfect.
     

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