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Mizuno MP-18 SC

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  • collje26collje26 Members  805WRX Points: 146Handicap: zeroPosts: 805 Golden Tee
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    Golf64 wrote:
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    Hit the SCs yesterday, gorgeous iron. Better looking in person! Hitting it on the toe didn't 'sting' like smaller irons I have hit in the past. Great feel when well struck. If you are a good ball striker, I highly recommend giving these a try! <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' /><br />
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    How did they compare to the 900 tour's? Currently love mine but always looking for something new.
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  • Tag56Tag56 Members  96WRX Points: 40Handicap: 0.2Posts: 96 Fairways
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    Has anyone noticed lower spin numbers than normal with the 18SC? I just hit the 6 iron 30* SC at PGA superstore on their GC2 launch monitor and it seems to be carrying about 16-18 yards longer than my current 6 iron which is a titleist 712 MB at 31* of loft that I usually carry around 186. I thought this was odd so we looked at the spin numbers and my spin rate never broke 5,000 with the SC. It had the standard s300 shaft. I don't think it was the monitor because I had been hitting driver on it and my numbers were pretty spot on for me. I'm usually a pretty high spin player with my irons. Any similar experiences?
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  • ssfrannyssfranny Lefty Boomers  3124WRX Points: 337Posts: 3,124 Titanium Tees
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    Golf64 wrote:
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    Hit the SCs yesterday, gorgeous iron. Better looking in person! Hitting it on the toe didn't 'sting' like smaller irons I have hit in the past. Great feel when well struck. If you are a good ball striker, I highly recommend giving these a try! <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' /><br />
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    Yeah feel great but are short distance wise
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  • dmeeksDCdmeeksDC ClubWRX  3114WRX Points: 533Handicap: 7.6Posts: 3,114 ClubWRX
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    I also love Srixons, but I do not find them any longer than Mizzys in the same lofts. If the 765 seems a half-club longer, it is because they are lofted a half-club longer. 765 6<br />
    Iron is 28 degrees vs 30 degrees in MP5. A full club is 4 degree gaps. <br />
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    I do not find Mizunos to be shorter at all. They have traditional lofts, which I like as I'm not left with yardage gaps from inside 125 yards. I don't ever buy irons for distance, the higher the loft, the easier it is to hit, and I don't like to play 4 irons at 22 degrees. I play a 4 at 24 and either a hybrid or 7 wood at 21.<br />
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    I found the MP5 easier to hit than the JPX 900 Tours and as easy as the 900 forged. It is pretty much a cavity back with smoother lines. The iron may have more of a filled in look, but it moves the weight around like a CB and to me swings like one. The Srixon 965, my current gamer, is a similar design and is also a forgiving MB. Playability of a CB with a MB look.<br />
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    Would like to try the MP18 SC to see if it is similar, but the MMC is the one I am eyeing. As a former MP59 player -- a great design IMO -- I thought the tungsten insert forged into the clubhead felt solid and playable.
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    TaylorMade GAPR Hi 24, KBS TGI 80 stiff

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  • brianolson32brianolson32 Members  66WRX Points: 77Handicap: 4.9Posts: 66 Bunkers
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    Tag56 wrote:
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    Has anyone noticed lower spin numbers than normal with the 18SC? I just hit the 6 iron 30* SC at PGA superstore on their GC2 launch monitor and it seems to be carrying about 16-18 yards longer than my current 6 iron which is a titleist 712 MB at 31* of loft that I usually carry around 186. I thought this was odd so we looked at the spin numbers and my spin rate never broke 5,000 with the SC. It had the standard s300 shaft. I don't think it was the monitor because I had been hitting driver on it and my numbers were pretty spot on for me. I'm usually a pretty high spin player with my irons. Any similar experiences?<br />
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    I found the same to be true. I normally play X100s and on the SC w/X100s they were spinning just barely over 5000 for the 6 iron. When I tried the KBS tour X and PX LZ 6.5 they were around 5600-5700.
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    Taylormade TP UDI 3 iron - X100 AMT Tour Issue
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  • davo32683davo32683 Members  2497WRX Points: 262Posts: 2,497 Platinum Tees
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    Anybody compare these to J15 CB's?
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  • IL2AZIL2AZ Members  362WRX Points: 100Posts: 362 Greens
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    Also interested in a comparison to the J15 CB...
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  • Jaywh2Jaywh2 Members  906WRX Points: 79Handicap: +1Posts: 906 Golden Tee
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    IL2AZ wrote:
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    Also interested in a comparison to the J15 CB...<br />
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    Very similar - the MPs feel more solid. Similar head shapes. Equal forgiveness. Referring to the SC model
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    Callaway Mavrik SZ 15* Diamana ZF 70
    Titleist 816 H2 19* Fubuki AV400
    Mizuno MP 20 MMC AMT Tour Issue S400
    Mizuno T20 Wedges 50/54/58 AMT Tour Issue S400
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  • IL2AZIL2AZ Members  362WRX Points: 100Posts: 362 Greens
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    Great to hear the SC is on par with the J15 CB from a forgiveness standpoint. Have a set of the J15 CB just can't get over the larger size of the 8-PW.
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  • BearQBearQ Members  3667WRX Points: 855Posts: 3,667 Titanium Tees
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    IL2AZ wrote:
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    Great to hear the SC is on par with the J15 CB from a forgiveness standpoint. Have a set of the J15 CB just can't get over the larger size of the 8-PW.<br />
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    Main reason I moved on from the J15CB after three seasons. The shovel-esque 9/P were unfortunate, otherwise flawless iron set
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  • jonn443jonn443 Jonnystx Members  4649WRX Points: 249Posts: 4,649 Titanium Tees
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    BearQ wrote:
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    IL2AZ wrote:
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    Great to hear the SC is on par with the J15 CB from a forgiveness standpoint. Have a set of the J15 CB just can't get over the larger size of the 8-PW.<br />
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    <br />
    Main reason I moved on from the J15CB after three seasons. The shovel-esque 9/P were unfortunate, otherwise flawless iron set<br />
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    Shovel-esque is a bit of an exaggeration.... let's not forget 3 Tour Pros still use them. I still game them and they are softer then my MP-53s with equal or more forgiveness. The SCs are slightly less forgiving then the J15s in my experiences but very soft feel... as expected from an MP.<br />
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    That said, you won't find a better feeling Player's CB with the forgiveness factor the J15 will give you.
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  • BearQBearQ Members  3667WRX Points: 855Posts: 3,667 Titanium Tees
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    jonn443 wrote:
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    BearQ wrote:
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    IL2AZ wrote:
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    Great to hear the SC is on par with the J15 CB from a forgiveness standpoint. Have a set of the J15 CB just can't get over the larger size of the 8-PW.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Main reason I moved on from the J15CB after three seasons. The shovel-esque 9/P were unfortunate, otherwise flawless iron set<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Shovel-esque is a bit of an exaggeration.... let's not forget 3 Tour Pros still use them. I still game them and they are softer then my MP-53s with equal or more forgiveness. The SCs are slightly less forgiving then the J15s in my experiences but very soft feel... as expected from an MP.<br />
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    That said, you won't find a better feeling Player's CB with the forgiveness factor the J15 will give you.<br />
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    Hey man I think they are a fantastic iron, but the 9/P are nearing the shovel end - put them up beside a 716/718CB and you'll see it. Im well aware tour pro's use them, guys also use i25's and CF16's. They can make anything work, I'm speaking from aesthetics only. <br />
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    J15CB is one of the best irons I've ever used, but I stand by my statement that the 9 & P are a bit out of place in terms of overall size/shape.
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  • alecfeltmanalecfeltman AMF Members  1732WRX Points: 178Handicap: 4Posts: 1,732 Platinum Tees
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    So just took my nike vapor pro combos out of the bag and put mizuno mp 18 sc in play.<br />
    Excited for the switch. My first mizuno set.
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  • WidespreadPanicWidespreadPanic Wizard in the Corner Members  4909WRX Points: 220Handicap: 0.4Posts: 4,909 Titanium Tees
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    Any low hc’s playing the MMC’s? I’m looking for a cheap used set of irons, and the mmc is both cheap and paired with my shaft of choice. I told myself going into this that I could play the SC, MMC, or 919T - it just depended on what was available. The only thing thst has me thinking twice about the MMC are the jacked lofts. Coming from MP33’s even the now standard 46* pw is strange, but a 28* 6 iron is basically a full club more than what I’m used to.
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  • avg_josephavg_joseph Members  495WRX Points: 93Posts: 495 Greens
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    <br />
    Any low hc's playing the MMC's? I'm looking for a cheap used set of irons, and the mmc is both cheap and paired with my shaft of choice. I told myself going into this that I could play the SC, MMC, or 919T - it just depended on what was available. The only thing thst has me thinking twice about the MMC are the jacked lofts. Coming from MP33's even the now standard 46* pw is strange, but a 28* 6 iron is basically a full club more than what I'm used to.<br />
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    If you can get the number on the bottom of the club out of your head you could do some loft adjustments.<br />
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    I recently switched from MP33's as well to a mix of MMC Fly Hi's 3-5, SC 6 and 18 7-9. I had the 4-9 weakened anywhere from 1-3 degrees to get consistent gaps.<br />
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    My lofts on my set are 19, 23, 27, 31, 35, 40 and 45. I jump to a 50 Degree wedge from there and skip the set wedge.<br />
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  • B_of_HB_of_H Members  268WRX Points: 73Posts: 268 Greens
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    <br />
    Any low hc's playing the MMC's? I'm looking for a cheap used set of irons, and the mmc is both cheap and paired with my shaft of choice. I told myself going into this that I could play the SC, MMC, or 919T - it just depended on what was available. The only thing thst has me thinking twice about the MMC are the jacked lofts. Coming from MP33's even the now standard 46* pw is strange, but a 28* 6 iron is basically a full club more than what I'm used to.<br />
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    I had a set of 919t 4-9 and just didn't like the offset (short irons mostly) or shaft (modus 120x). I returned them and got the mp 18's with 5-6 SC and 4 MMC. the MMC is easier to turn over in my experience and might feel a littler harder. I much prefer the SC and kind of wish I would have just gotten the 4 of the sc. The mmc 4 goes a little further and might be a little more forgiving but honestly I can't tell. The mmc spins slightly less too with the same shaft but nothing you'll notice on the course really. I too came from a 48 degree pitching wedge and i've added a 50 degree wedge and weakened my SW to 55. I feel in the long run having more options in the wedges is probably a good thing but so far i haven't fully gotten used to those clubs yet.
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  • alecfeltmanalecfeltman AMF Members  1732WRX Points: 178Handicap: 4Posts: 1,732 Platinum Tees
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    So I was able to tweak my mp 18s a bit to fit my game a bit better. Took them to the range yesterday (so happy there was a break in the weather) and hit the mp sc 6 iron vs my Nike vapor pro combo 6. The feel is totally different and the rare one I hit flush give some magic forged feel. <br />
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    Definitely a fan and will keep in the bag. I even noticed the turf interaction was much smoother - even with the firm ground.
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    Taylormade SIM 5-19: MRC Tensei CK Pro Blue 80TX
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  • dokodiydokodiy Members  93WRX Points: 59Handicap: 7Posts: 93 Fairways
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    Tag56 wrote:
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    Has anyone noticed lower spin numbers than normal with the 18SC? I just hit the 6 iron 30* SC at PGA superstore on their GC2 launch monitor and it seems to be carrying about 16-18 yards longer than my current 6 iron which is a titleist 712 MB at 31* of loft that I usually carry around 186. I thought this was odd so we looked at the spin numbers and my spin rate never broke 5,000 with the SC. It had the standard s300 shaft. I don't think it was the monitor because I had been hitting driver on it and my numbers were pretty spot on for me. I'm usually a pretty high spin player with my irons. Any similar experiences?<br />
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    This is my 6 iron from GC2
    On -, @GolfGalaxy.As you can see, I'm in the same ball park looking at the spin rate.<br />

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    1b8d57cc533bfb7008c2061986ce99f3.JPG
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  • alecfeltmanalecfeltman AMF Members  1732WRX Points: 178Handicap: 4Posts: 1,732 Platinum Tees
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    Decided to replace my 3iron TMB with the Fli-Hi 3. New driving iron with project X LZ 6.5 shaft.
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  • twgolf78twgolf78 Members  186WRX Points: 38Posts: 186 Bunkers
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    amazing irons. Feel and flight with the stock KBS was excellent.
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    great looking irons.
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  • rt_chargerrt_charger Ball Hitter Members  322WRX Points: 108Posts: 322 Greens
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    avg_joseph wrote:
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    I had the 4-9 weakened anywhere from 1-3 degrees to get consistent gaps.<br />
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    My lofts on my set are 19, 23, 27, 31, 35, 40 and 45. I jump to a 50 Degree wedge from there and skip the set wedge<br />
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    I have to ask about this set up. How's the gapping throughout the set? Is it funky switching from 4 degree increments to 5 degree at the 7? This could be a possibility for me to allow me to carry my wedge preference and still have room for a club between longest iron and 3 wood.
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    • Driver - MIZUNO ST 200 (In future)
    • Fairway - MIZUNO GT 180 TS - 16 degrees - Aldila Tour Blue (X tipped to play like TX)
    • Irons - MIZUNO MP-20 Blended Set - 3-6 HMB | 7-9 Blade - KBS $ Taper 130
    • Wedges - MIZUNO T20 Chrome - 46-06 | 51-08 | 56-10 | 60-06 - KBS $ Taper 130
    • Putter - PING Vault 2.0 - Voss
    • Ball - Titleist Pro V1X
  • WidespreadPanicWidespreadPanic Wizard in the Corner Members  4909WRX Points: 220Handicap: 0.4Posts: 4,909 Titanium Tees
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    Got a great deal on a barely used set of 18 SC’s with Modus 120. It’s a bit of a transition coming from MP33’s with S300’s that I played forever, but man is this a sweet combo. <br />
    <br />
    One thing I wasn’t aware of was that Mizuno’s new standard length is now in line with the likes of Titleist, Ping etc...I’ve played 1/4” shorter Mizunos for the past 15 years, so I have to chop 1/4” off these.
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    Mizuno MP18 SC 5-PW
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    any more reviews?
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    looking for some long term MP18 SC Reviews
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  • bogeyprobogeypro The Original Bogeypro ALClubWRX  3655WRX Points: 491Handicap: +1Posts: 3,655 ClubWRX
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    I just moved back to these. Played the TMB most of last year, but missed the feel and playability of the SC. Loving these all over again.
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    TaylorMade M6 3 wood
    Mizuno JPX 850 2 hybrid
    Titleist 718 AP2 4-PW
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    I've been playing these for over a year and they are great. Incredible feel, consistent flight, good spin and great turf interaction.<br />
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    The best part for me is they do not look intimidating at address, but are very workable. Find the right shaft and you won't be disappointed.
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    Driver - PING G400 LST 8.5, Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black 6.0
    3 Wood - PING G400 14.5, AD Di 6s
    Hybrid - Ping G410 19 degree, Tour AD DI 95x Hybrid 
    4-PW - Mizuno JPX 919 Tour PW-6, 919 Forged 5 iron, 919 Hot Metal Pro 5 iron, all with Modus Nippon3 120s
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  • colew3colew3 Members  6WRX Points: 0Posts: 6
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    How are the MMC and SC comparable in forgiveness? Any mid HC have problems with the forgiveness of the SC? I like the look of the SC more but don't want to purchase if they're noticeably less forgiving and may cause problems for me.
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