Most replacement rollers won’t fit vintage Conn saxophones; they’re usually too thick and too long. Since we restore Conn saxophones in the shop frequently, we fabricate these since the original, rusted rollers usually break during removal.
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These rollers have the following specifications:
- Diameter is slightly reduced (7/32″) compared to most other rollers, to clear the keywork.
- Machined from a pearl-like white rod material.
- Available in the lengths Conn used throughout their production. Right pinky keys use the 5/8″ lengths, while left pinky keys use 17/64″, 7/16″, or 1/2″ lengths.
- The center hole is drilled to fit the .081″ original screws. If you’re using a different diameter screw, let us know and we’ll drill accordingly.
These rollers also fit many of the stencil models that Conn produced, such as the Pan American.
- 17⁄64” × 7⁄32“
- 7⁄16” × 7⁄32“
- 1⁄2” × 7⁄32“
- 5⁄8” × 7⁄32“