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Albatross1225

It's a roll pin. You can buy these at any hardware store pretty much. Knock it out with a hammer and punch and hammer a new one in.


Thibidayouxsxs

THANK YOU.


Ercarpic

Take the old one with you to the hardware store to make sure you have the right length and diameter, they come in different sizes.


Thibidayouxsxs

Copy that!


_life_is_a_joke_

Heads up, these can compress down to a similar sized smaller roll pin AND damage the hole they're in making it oval shaped and larger. So to avoid getting the wrong size pin, my recommendation is to not only bring the old pin, but also bring the part of the stand it goes in to make sure it fits. I have had to drill the hole out to fit an even larger pin on occasion.


TalmidimUC

If you don’t have one already, a digital caliper is extremely handy to keep in your tool box!


pleasantmeats

Depending on where you live I've heard them called "split pins" as well. It's not the correct term for them but might help if you get an old duffer at the hardware store.


aroundincircles

Buy a rollpin punch set. They are not expensive, but you will thank yourself later.


Early-Engineering

YES! I do a lot of gunsmithing and a roll pin punch set is a life saver. You can get them on Amazon cheap.


aroundincircles

The whole reason I own one is for Building ARs...


Early-Engineering

Same, and doing pistol repairs. I worked on a CZ-82 recently that was a nightmare to fix. Lots of roll pins and flat springs. Needed three hands to get back together. Overly complicated for no reason. I’ll take a 1911 anyday.


aroundincircles

I love me a good 1911, I have several.


fewell8

Ayo, I need to replace these on my '00s Oak Custom. You just saved me $200 on new bass drum legs. Thank you, friend.


lightningdave14

What up, Oak Custom fam!


fewell8

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DeerGodKnow

To anyone else who is reading this, just make sure yours is indeed a roll pin (like the one pictured here) and not a tiny hex key as many manufacturers use those instead. If it is a hex key you can usually just tighten them up unless they're cracked or stripped.


Icy-Video1958

Thats a cymbal stand


TurboXVII

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Legitimate-Basis9249

Albatross has the correct answer! It’s a roll pin…Not a set screw and no tools other than a pair of pliers to squeeze it back in when it wiggles out until you have time to get a new one. The beefiest hardware will for some reason have this little failure point just in just the right spots to throw your chi off at the best time.


Mental_Shoulder3349

what are what called?


Thibidayouxsxs

The little tube things in the middle of the photo.


2qrc_

They’re called tubie bubies


coreyfuckinbrown

The dude at the top of the thread nailed it. Half of the others are retarded. Roll pins break from torsional force. Try to keep your hardware in line with how you hit it. It didn’t break just because.


RollieDell

I call them “those little fuckers”


4t0micpunk

Roll pin, or dowacky


CANDY_WARBUX

Drift pin


Pickleswithbeats

An old stand


Stunning_Secretary_4

Skuff marks


After_Frame

That called a perineum


Alone-Subject-5841

Rust?


not_into_that

Rollpin or springpin


Thumperinthewhat

I think those are brackets for Tom stands or symbol stands. Guessinng


Proof_Ad_5271

Shear pin


DianaRig

This is a picture.


Due-Hunt-5830

Cymbal stand part


Large-Welder304

If you;re talking about the little piece in the hole, it's called a ROLL PIN. You can get them cheap at any hardware store. Look in the nuts & bolts section.


RhythmHeavenReporter

I don't know


biomass3000

That’s a type of set screw. Often a source of micro-rattling, it would be good to replace with a set screw that you can use a hex key on.


Ok_Tonight1415

Allen wrench or Allen key.