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Mixing and Matching wheel parts
Posted: 05 April 2017 10:39 PM   [ Ignore ]
Total Posts:  2
Joined  2017-03-30

Hello this is my very first post, so please tell me if I’m doing this wrong. I was wondering if its possible to mix and match different manufacturers wheel parts. For example, I am well aware of Cammegh wheels, and that they sometimes have Random Rotor Speed, or RRS. Usually roulette wheels have their turrets showing the manufacturers name to identify the type of wheel. In my OPINION, hiding the Cammegh name, by replacing it with a more, from what I understand as, reputable so-to-say, roulette turret - bearing the TCS John Huxley name would be something that is not necessarily illegal and would benefit the casinos to have and hide.

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