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Best Answer chronoz18 , 29 August 2013 - 09:06 AM

What's the first thing to get knocked off a 412VS-T at a gig?  Right, the rubber feet.  So why aren't they listed on the line6 parts pages???  Where can I get a replacement foot?  Why does my 412VS-T have rubber feet, when the product photos on the website all show casters for that cabinet?  Why aren't replacement casters listed on the parts page?  Can I replace the cheap rubber feet with casters?  How do I order them?

OK, never mind.  After a *lot* of digging on the site, I've figured out that I don't have a 412VS-T:  my 412 slant cabinet is actually a Spider 412 Cabinet, also called a "stereo" cabinet.  It only comes (came) with rubber feet, but replacement rubber feet don't appear anywhere on the line6 site as something I can order.  Must not be much profit for line6 in that level of customer service.  :-(  I'm going to replace 'em with Fender or Ball heavy duty casters from MS, GC, etc.  Time to get out the drill.

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#1 chronoz18

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Posted 27 August 2013 - 09:31 PM

What's the first thing to get knocked off a 412VS-T at a gig?  Right, the rubber feet.  So why aren't they listed on the line6 parts pages???  Where can I get a replacement foot?  Why does my 412VS-T have rubber feet, when the product photos on the website all show casters for that cabinet?  Why aren't replacement casters listed on the parts page?  Can I replace the cheap rubber feet with casters?  How do I order them?

 

 


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Posted 29 August 2013 - 09:06 AM   Best Answer

What's the first thing to get knocked off a 412VS-T at a gig?  Right, the rubber feet.  So why aren't they listed on the line6 parts pages???  Where can I get a replacement foot?  Why does my 412VS-T have rubber feet, when the product photos on the website all show casters for that cabinet?  Why aren't replacement casters listed on the parts page?  Can I replace the cheap rubber feet with casters?  How do I order them?

OK, never mind.  After a *lot* of digging on the site, I've figured out that I don't have a 412VS-T:  my 412 slant cabinet is actually a Spider 412 Cabinet, also called a "stereo" cabinet.  It only comes (came) with rubber feet, but replacement rubber feet don't appear anywhere on the line6 site as something I can order.  Must not be much profit for line6 in that level of customer service.  :-(  I'm going to replace 'em with Fender or Ball heavy duty casters from MS, GC, etc.  Time to get out the drill.


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Posted 06 September 2013 - 01:05 PM

Just one more followup - even with the (removable) casters, I decided I might want to stack the slant cabinet on a standard cabinet at some point, and would still need 4 rubber feet to do that properly, so I contacted the local Line 6 "service center" nearest me, and asked about ordering some replacement rubber feet.  They don't carry them, and suggested that I call Line 6 and see if I could order them direct.  I called Line 6 Support, explained that I'd been all over the parts listings on the website *AND* contacted my local service center to boot, and ultimately, if anyone could help me, it would be Line 6.  The agent was very helpful, and gave me the following information to order replacement rubber feet:

 

p/n: 30-75-0008

description: Rubber Foot for Spider 412

Source:  Full Compass  (www.fullcompass.com)

1-800-476-9886  (ask for parts department)

 

Full Compass has to order them from a vendor, and waiting time is ~4 weeks, but since I'm doing the casters anyway, I can wait for them.

 

Line 6 doesn't sell direct to customers, so this is apparently the only way to get replacement parts that aren't on the website or available at the service centers.

 


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Posted 23 September 2013 - 08:03 AM

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