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Post  Qld Sandy on Thu Jul 04, 2013 3:25 pm

Gold City Detecting is pleased to announce that they are now making the fibreglass detector shafts formerly made by Neil Otto and named "Otto Shafts". Neil has retired from making these units and has entrusted us with the moulds to continue the tradition. The shafts will be manufactured in much the same way they have been over the last 20 or so years of their existence.

To comply with Neil's wishes we have renamed them, and they will be now known as "Sandy Shafts".
We have stocks of 700 mm lower shafts, 800 mm lower shafts, spare compression nuts, push button locks, shaft washers as well as the upper shafts.
Pricing is available on our website,

http://www.goldcitydetecting.com/detectorshafts.php

If you swing a large mono coil over 16" in diameter a composite shaft is a must to get the best detection depth, as the coil will sense the standard aluminium upper shaft and not get the performance it should have. Sandy Shafts are fibreglass construction, light and strong. The standard Minelab lower shaft measures 600 mm long. We manufacture Sandy Shafts at 700 mm and 800 mm, while the upper shaft is the standard length.

We have made some minor changes and have plans for some other items shortly. Wholesale enquiries from recognised dealers can be catered for.
Cheers.
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Post  davsgold on Thu Jul 04, 2013 10:58 pm

Well done Sandy, congrats on the "Otto" now Sandy shafts, they are a good bit of gear and have been using them for years. Q15 

cheers dave
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Post  Digginerup on Thu Jul 04, 2013 11:36 pm

Congrats and good luck with future business.

Wayne.cheers 
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Post  Qld Sandy on Fri Jul 05, 2013 3:54 pm

Thanks guys.
I've had one of Neils creations since I got a 20" coil and someone who knows told me about the standard shaft and performance issues.
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