Trekking Pole Repair

4:31 p.m. on August 16, 2009 (EDT)
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Pictured is my vintage hiking stick which needs a new rubber foot. Problem is, I don't know who made the pole. It is from the '80s and is essentially a threaded 3-section aircraft aluminum (7075?) pole. Each section is assembled/disassembled by use of double sided male adapters with a hole drilled through the side of each adapter to allow use of the trail spike (stored under the solid brass head) to tighten/loosen the sections. The brass head also contains a compass that can be accessed/replaced by removing a brass cap. The double-sided, threaded male adapters for each section and the foot are 11/16" dia. I can't find a manufacturer's name anywhere on the pole.

Anyone know who made this stick or where I can get a replacement rubber foot?

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