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  1. Anyone move on from the BB-7X in driver? I’ve been playing it 3 years and just picked up a new G410 Lst. Have no complaints about the BB just wondering if in the 2020 shaft market there’s anything similar to compare it to.
  2. I am getting a set of G710 irons and going graphite shaft. They offer the Alta CB Red and can still get the Alta CB Black. I like the look of the black much more, but don’t want to sacrifice any new tech. Can anyone tell me if there is a difference with the tech? Has anyone hit both with the G710's? Thanks
  3. Has anyone tried the Ventus blue in a 3 wood? I really like it in my driver, but I wanted to know if the ball would get in the air quick enough with a 3 wood off the deck.
  4. Since there isn't a ton of information about the Dynamic Gold X-Seven out there due to its scarce or "very exotic" nature I figured I would post about my initial impressions after having gamed it for roughly 20 rounds over roughly the last 60 days. **Quick Backstory: ** PX 6.5 X-Flex was the stiffest/heaviest the Titleist rep had at our Titleist Demo Day back in April and suggested I might look into trying the 7.0 or the X-Seven. Armed with that info, I contacted my clubfitter in Kansas City and told him I wanted to try the X-Seven as well as the Nippon Modus variants. The clubfitter knows me and my swing going back near 20 years so the first shaft I tried was X-Seven. I fell in love immediately but just to be sure, I tried the Modus in all of the various flexes and weights, and they all felt terrible in comparison. **Previous Shafts:** KBS C-Taper S+ (half inch over standard length) in Titlest DCI 962, 3-9 irons **Setup:** The X-Seven has been put in the following: Titleist T-MB 3i, CB 4-5 irons, MB 6-9 irons (half inch over standard length) **6i Data:** Carry Distance: 192 yards Swing Speed: 99mph **My Review through 60 days:** The X-Seven has been a game changer for me in terms of confidence as it has lowered the window on all of my iron shots to a much more respectable area. I still hit the ball insanely high and spin it a ton, but these shafts have significantly decreased both the height and spin from the C-Tapers I was playing before. I attribute almost all of the improved characteristics to the weight of the shaft rather than the stiffness, but both the weight and the stiffness of the X-Seven work incredibly well in tandem with _my golfswing_. The most noticeable difference from a "feel standpoint" from the C-Tapers is how much better the X7 feels in my downswing transition, meaning I can actually "feel" the shaft loading up how I want/need it to with the X7 whereas with the C-Tapers I felt very little of this sensation. Additionally, that feel or sensation of being able to feel the shaft loaded throughout the transition is virtually continued through impact, and to me this is the best part about these shafts in my golf swing. It's almost as if I can feel the energy of my shoulders arms and hips working "down" through the shaft to the ball on the downswing. Put another way, it's almost like being able to feel the force of the swing's lag at impact, so I really feel like I am just able to "explode" through each iron shot. Through these first 20 rounds, I have seen the most benefit (lower spin and ball flight) in the shorter irons (7-8-9) which just seem to have this nice driving ball flight towards the (admittedly still high) apex, whereas with the C-Tapers, the ball flight would launch low, but the spin would cause it to "balloon" towards its apex on the shorter irons, even when I would purposefully try to decrease the dynamic loft of the clubs. However, I would say the shafts in the longer irons (3-4-5) took several rounds for me to get 110% confident with, but I chalk that up due to the consistent performance and feel of the shafts over all being translated into the longer lengths of those irons. My length prohibits me from hitting a lot of drivers on my home course (especially in tournament play) and getting used to the feel of the shaft in the T-MB 3-iron took longer than I would have wanted, with the result being a push/block to the right (my natural ball flight is a nice 5-10 yard draw) but again, I attribute this to the heavier shaft over the longer length and finally realized that I needed to adjust my release point. Once I finally got it figured out, I get all the same positive "feels" that I described above, and the feeling of "explosion" when translated into long irons is just so incredible. I'm able to carry my 3 iron 250 with a ton of roll with these shafts, whereas with my 712u 2-iron that had the C-Taper I was only carrying it 240. **Summary/Final Thoughts:** The Dynamic Gold X-Seven shaft is incredibly unique insofar as it doesn't have 1:1 competition, but it does exist in a relatively tiny, yet albeit competitive market. Thus, I would encourage any golfer who has a swing that requires a low-launch, low-spin shaft to make sure they test the X-Seven before pigeon-holing themselves with one of the X7s indirect competitors in the low-launch, low-spin market. More specifically, if you've been eyeing the X100, Nippon Modus, PX 7.0, C-Taper 130x, do not, and I mean, DO NOT, make a choice between those shafts without hitting the X-Seven as part of your testing/buying process. Obviously I cannot guarantee it's the best fit for everyone (even those browsing in this category) but you need to give the X7 a try to know for sure. I just wanted to get a formal first-hand review of this shaft out there because most of the forum discussions internet-wide regarding the X-Seven has revolved around people who know about it but whom have never hit it, trying to compare it to shafts that it competes against despite there not being a 1:1 shaft on the market. Hopefully it helps!
  5. 1) M1 460 9.5 head in good condition, with a scratch on the crown and sky marks, $70 2) Blue CK series 60 Stiff shaft, 43.5", plays like 44.5", might need a new grip, $60 3) Element Chrome 6F4T shaft, 43.5", plays like 44.5", good GP Tour Wrap grip, $60 4) Titleist Aussie Hat, brand new with tag, $20, size S/M Feel free to send offers!
  6. CLOSED All prices are OBO and will be shipped USPS Priority. Only trades would be flow neck mallet style putters First Up 1.) AD-DJ 8x with a Ping tip decent shape. 44" tip to grip Great shape MCC+4 $125 https://imgur.com/a/WtAFzF0 2.) Oban Revenge 65-05 43.25" no tip New Iomic Grip $85 https://imgur.com/a/hrQKelT 3.) Fujikura Speeder Evo 2 X-Flex MCC in good condition 43.5" no tip $100 https://imgur.com/a/a6CG1k0 4.) Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 7.2x just under 44.5" tip to grip. Ping Anser tip $85 OBO MCC 20% life left https://imgur.com/a/1HfgwTj 5.) Ping G400 Stretch Diamana Blueboard B80x just about 42.5" head 8/10 no dings new GP Tour Velvet BCT Cord new headcover $sold https://imgur.com/a/TL6BpwT 6.) Titleist 917F2 - Rombax P95x some of the graphics are worn, but I have a few of these shafts specced out the same. Just a hair under 42" Head has been gamed 3 rounds and 3 range sessions. Sandy balls in Texas and all. GP TV Cord $150 for the whole club or $75 for the head and $90 for the shaft. No headcover https://imgur.com/a/fmQHtCW 7.) Scotty Cameron Futura 5CS 9/10 condition. I got this on here and played 3 rounds with it. Just a hair under 34" brand new PP60. Pics tell the story. Headcover is in great condition $215 https://imgur.com/a/mmRxhUW 8.) TaylorMade Spider Ghost CS 33.75" Golf Pride SNSR 104cc Loved the setup but I prefer Odyssey inserts. Headcover showing its age but works well. $90 https://imgur.com/a/z2vv7cq 9.) Scotty Cameron Santa Fe 34" Superstroke Ultra Slim 1.0 in decent condition. Head has natural patina for a putter of its age. Excellent candidate to send for refinishing etc. New shaft when I received it as it was damaged in the mail from previous owner. Headcover is showing its age and velcro is below average SOLD https://imgur.com/a/vN9Lnr1 10.) Miura MP-005 Forged Long Neck - new pingman midsize cord 34" pics tell the story. Headcover is mint $210 https://imgur.com/a/BNl6Nt5 CLOSED
  7. Clearing out a few random odds and ends before the new season. I'm open to trades and offers. PM me for additional details or photos. 1. Titleist 915fd 15° - head only. - $60, I can include a pulled adapter for an extra $5 2. Callaway x2hot Pro 20° hybrid. Mitsubishi Javln 9x shaft, new tour velvet 360 grip. - $50 3. Adidas adiPure shoes, all black - size 12 - $45 4. Kuro Kage Black hybrid/driving iron shaft. 100x Proto. Plays 39.5". No tip. - $old 5. Project X LZ 6.5 3 wood shaft. Plays 42.5". 77 gram. No tip. - $45 6. Diamana D+ 70x 3 wood shaft. Plays 42.5". No tip. - $50 7. Aldila VS Proto 'By You' 80x. Plays 42.5". TM R11 tip. - $45 Pictures should accurately show condition. Thanks!
  8. GD tour AD IZ 6x, straight from TM. It does have a left hand adapter. Grip is a nearly new MCC+4 with one extra wrap. Looks almost brand new. 44.5 from tip to grip $sold!! TM Gapr Mid with Diamana D+ whiteboard stiff shaft. Face does show some minor wear common with these. HC included. $165 shipped to CONUS. 62* Cleveland RTx4 wedge. TI s400 shaft and MCC+4 grip. Standard from Cleveland. $85 Shipped CONUS.
  9. About two months ago I went in and got fit for iron shafts as it had been about 3 years since my last fitting. While I had no intention of buying new irons I did want to try the MP-18 MBs and SCs as well as the z785. I really liked the profile of the MP-18s compared to Mizuno’s I had tested in the past such as the MP-4s, MP-5s, and the JPX 900 Ts. The amount of, or lack of offset in the MP-18s was what really caught my attention. For reference my current gamers were the z745s with DG S400s. My fitter (Puetz Golf in Seattle) had the Mizuno shaft optimizer so I gave that a try and it spat out 3 different shaft recommendations: DG X100, KBS C-Taper 130X, and the Project X 6.5s. A little background, handicap is currently sitting at a 6 with a 6 iron SS of 91-92 mph and definitely more on the steeper side swing wise. I hit all three heads with all 3 shafts and then my current irons up against those. I had hit the C-Tapers before and knew they were too much shaft for me so I left them out and instead hit the Project X LZ 6.5s. I also did not post the MP-18 SC numbers as they were negligible compared to the MB as was the feel and forgiveness (in my opinion). The numbers: I hit 5 balls with each set up. All done through Trackman off of a mat (I know not the most optimal). Just carry average numbers in this post . I didn’t get a full print out for spin, launch angle, etc. but the MP-18s spun more (around 200 rpms) for me no matter the shaft but not that surprising due to the lofts being weaker. MP-18 MB • MP-18 MB 6 iron w/ X100: Carry average was 180 • MP-18 MB 6 iron w/ PX 6.5: Carry average was 179 • MP-18 MB 6 iron w/ PX LZ 6.5: Carry average was 181 Srixon z785 • z785 6 iron w/ X100: Carry average was 184 • z785 6 iron w/ PX 6.5: Carry average was 182 • z785 6 iron w/ PX LZ 6.5: Carry average was 184 Srixon z745 w/ S400 • z745 6 iron w/ S400: Carry average was 184 I came away surprised that I didn’t lose much in terms of yardage as the MP-18s are anywhere from 1 to 2 degrees weak compared to the Srixon’s. Of all the shaft/head combos I hit I had the best dispersion with MP-18s with the x100s (and in my eyes the best ball flight, the S400s did go a bit high at times), followed closely by my z745s with the S400s, then the MP-18s with the LZ 6.5s and then the z785 with the PX LZ 6.5s next in line. I will say the LZ’s felt amazing and I had great numbers with them and will be a consideration the next time I get fit for irons. What ultimately came of this was me buying a combo set of MP-18’s (4&5 SC, 6-PW MB) with X100s and selling the z745s. My reason for switching? The slightly better dispersion numbers but mainly the eye appeal of looking down at an iron that had very minimal offset and an overall great profile. After about two months of playing the irons I started to come to the realization that the X100s were just a bit too stiff for me. Or more so that I felt I had to focus on loading the shaft much more than I did with the S400s. I also noticed a little more resistance in turf interaction compared the z745s. Fast forward to today. The MP-18s have been sold and the z745s with the S400s are back in the bag. Why? Two main reasons. First, the shafts and second the sole. I had always thought that the “Tour VT” sole helped, especially for a steeper swing, but I didn’t realize how much I would notice the difference. I will say I did consider pulling the trigger on the z785’s but got extremely lucky and found a new set of z745s on the bay and I still prefer the shape and slightly less offset compared to the z785s (or the z765s for that matter). Hopefully this helps someone who was in the same position as I was a couple months ago. I have no bad things to say about the MP-18 line they are fantastic irons and I think the best looking of any current blade/SC offering that isn’t National Custom Works (someday haha). That being said, if I were to do it all again I would have stayed with my current set up or maybe even experimented with making the switch to the LZ shafts with the same heads. But again all of the numbers between those and the S400s were negligible that I didn’t see the point in dropping $300 dollars just to re-shaft my irons.
  10. Odyssey White Hot RX putter- super stroke 3.0 slim grip -$40 shipped, add $5 west of the Mississippi Attas Elements Prototype wood shaft- stiff flex and a beast of a shaft, no grip. -$30 shipped, add $5 west of the Mississippi Mitsubishi Kurokage wood shaft- stiff flex, has a grip. - Will throw in with first full price purchase - SOLD Adams Speedline Fast 12 LS driver- 9.5 degree, stiff shaft Aldila NV, in good condition and hits a mile. Headcover included. -SOLD Driver and Kurokage shaft sold, take the putter and Attas shaft for $55 shipped. Tried to take pics to accurately show condition but please don't hesitate to ask for more pics or ask any questions, thanks!
  11. Hoping for some quick movement here but who knows! Will ship everything quickly and always up for trades. Mainly looking for a Spider X with True Path (or whatever they call it). 1. Odyssey O-works 2Ball Red with Stability shaft (33") - The sight line was added by me and painted with Testors Paint. I think it came out pretty good. I am really looking to trade this for a TM Spider X blue or copper with true path. But since I need a price - $240 NOW $195. 2. 1 Dozen ProV1 - last model - these have a logo on them, if you need a picture just let me know - $SOLD 3. Titleist Computer Backpack - this is basically new, used one time. There is a logo on the front pocket but it is embroidered in black. If you want to see pictures please let me know and I can send them. $SOLD
  12. Hello all- Unloading to free up cash for my next interest, all item prices include shipping and PayPal fees. No trades. Taylormade M2 Tour 15* Fairway SOLD! Shaft: Fujikura Pro Tour Spec 83 X SOLD! 43.5” length Shaft SST Pure Aligned and Installed by Club Champion Ping G400 LST Driver 10* SOLD! Headcover Included Shaft: Ping Tour 65 Stiff Grip: Tour Velvet 360 Srixon ZU85 3 Utility 20* Shaft: Dynamic Gold S400 Tour Issue $120 Shipped UPDATE $100!!! Like new (only 2 times on the range) Comes with Headcover Length: Standard Lie Angle: +2* Upright Grip: Golf Pride Z Cord MidsizE Shafts: Oban Devotion 75g Driver Shaft 05 Flex (X Flex) Ping Tip $110 Shipped 45” playing length Purchased/Installed @ Club Champion Grip: Golf Pride MCC Plus 4 Mitsubishi Rayon Fubuki Z 85 X Flex Ping Fairway Shaft $80 Shipped 42.5” playing length Purchased/Installed @ Club Champion
  13. Hello WRXers, I haven't posted in a while since moving to Okinawa. However; I am in the need of some opinions and advice regarding shaft options. For almost a month, I have been using an indoor launch monitor at a local shop (Foresight) to test and record shot data using various heads, shafts, and lie adjustments. My goal is to narrow down a better shaft than what I play now, DGS300. In my opinion the flight is too low, and the spin is too low. I also am looking for a lighter shaft as well (less taxing on the body). Of course, I'm limited in options to try, basically only the Mizuno Fit Cart (and being it is Japan, they don't have x flex in every shaft model either). Below is the data I've recorded from the shop (averaged based on all shots of course). Also, for those who will ask, the same MMC head was used with all shafts. 1. Shaft, Club Speed, Ball Speed, Launch, Carry, Total, Offline 2. Nippon 105s, 77.25, 105, 20.8, 143, 155, -6 3. Nippon 120s, 73.75, 100.25, 20.2, 139, 155, -16 4. Nippon 120x, 74.5, 101.25, 21.9, 137, 148, 4 5. Nippon 125x, 71.75, 97.5, 20.3, 132, 147, -8 From what I've learned, the fastest and longest is the 105s. The most accurate is 120x. When it comes to feel, the 105s feels a tad too light (even the employees say its too light). The 120s feels the most fluid. The 125x is very taxing and heavy. When using an x flex shaft however, the dispersion seems to be far tighter and more centered (less offline). Oddly enough the Mizuno 3d shaft optimizer (3 times now as the #1) has recommended 125x shaft (hince why it is listed). Also in the top 5 is 120x and 120s. Unfortunitly, the fit cart doesn't have a 105x, and I've been to 3 locations hoping someone had it. Which leads me to my question. The 120s and 105x weigh virtually the same. So is the 105x a good shaft to consider or is a shaft I've already tested good enough? Since I can't try it out for here I hope the WRX community could provide some feedback. My thoughts are the flight pattern of the 105x will mimic the 105s (same L profile, launch, and spin characteristics), the feel will mimic the 120s (same weight), and I should see my offline move more to center along with a smaller dispersion (as observed by using stiffer shaft). Also if you have any other recommendations that would give a higher launch and a bit more spin please feel free to recommend away. Thank you all very much for your feedback.
  14. Got a couple things for sale and not interested in any trades at the moment... ~~1. EvenFlow T1100 White 65g 6.0 SOLD~~ ~~2. Golf Buddy LR7s Rangefinder SOLD~~ 3. Taylormade Spider Weight Kit Pair of... 16g, 12g, 10g, 8g, 6g, 5g, 1g Comes with clamshell and MWT torque wrench $60 shipped and paypal'd
  15. I have A Fujikura 757 evolution TS stiff shaft, with a new pure midsize grip, plays 44.5 inches. ~~120~~ 105USD shipped to USA or Canada. Also have a handcrafted project x LZ 60g 6.0 tipped half an inch. Virtually new velvet grip. Plays 45. ~~130~~ 110USD shipped to USA or Canada Both in mint condition. Shipping from Canada. If bought together I’d do ~~220~~ 190 shipped
  16. So, the cliff notes version is this: I've experimented with several shafts over the past few seasons but keep coming back to Tour V's, due to lots of success with them. Recently, I ordered a set of Cally Apex 19's in black with Tour V's installed, all to my spec. Frankly, early on, I struggled more than ever before with finding the center of the face with these. I swing weighted them and they all came in a right near D2.....so, pretty consistent throughout the set. I loaded a few heads, meticulously and identically, with lead tape to see if I could gain some consistency through more head feel and an increased SW. Surprisingly, that did nothing. Then, on a whim, I wrapped the bottom of the shaft, just above the ferrule, with a two 3" pieces of that same HD lead tape, on two of the irons. In no less than two swings, I began to grease both clubs, hitting it flush and dead nut in the center every swing thereafter. Obviously, I immediately wrapped each iron (shaft) the same way and found identical results with each iron. Incredible! So, my question(s) is/are....what's the "net net" here? What actually happened? Did I change the balance point of the club by adding that 6 grams of weight that low, or did I change the effective weight of the shaft, fulcrum......or what's happened?
  17. A few items for your consideration today. No trades at this time and prices include shipping to CONUS. Please shoot me a note with any questions. Offers welcome, but first $$$ gets it. 1. ~~**Mizuno JPX 919 Forged (5-PW)** - Standard Length (37.5" 6 iron), Standard Loft, and 2 degrees upright. Irons have KBS Tour 90 Stiff shafts and white GolfPride 2G standard grips. Will include players size (38x24) Mizuno towel in excellent condition - **Asking ~~$old** 2. ~~**Flightscope Mevo** - used a couple of times and purchased directly from Flightscope. Comes with unit, box, soft bag case, charging cord, metallic dots, and all instructions. - **Asking~~ $old** 3. ~~**HZRDUS Yellow** 6.0 63g driver Shaft - measures 45" with included titleist tip and has white GolfPride 2G Wrap standard grip - **Asking~~ $old** 4.~~ **Accusport Vector Pro VPR-200 Launch Monitor** - used in working condition, this Vector Pro has the manual adjust lenses. Included is the laptop to use the software (runs on Windows XP) and installed software. Range mode, fitting mode, teach mode are on software. Laptop battery doesn't hold a charge, but runs while plugged in or you can buy a replacement battery for ~$20. Launch monitor has power cord, but rechargeable battery as well and will work while not plugged in. Email with any questions - **Asking~~ $old** 5. ~~**GBB Epic 15* 3 wood** - Excellent condition, HZRDUS T800 5.5 shaft with white GolfPride Tour Wrap 2G grip. No headcover or tool. - **Asking~~ $old** **Flightscope Mevo**
  18. Up for Sale: PXG Gen. 2 0811X 9* driver with a Graphite Design Tour AD TP 6x shaft. Driver is in really good shape, has one small scratch on the sole which is shown in the pictures. It has a true loft of 8.3 degrees. Shaft is a Tour AD TP 6x and practically brand new, used for only a few rounds. It is tipped 1/2'' and cut and plays to 45'' installed. Has new Tour Velvet Align grip on it. Unfrotuntely I do not have a headcover with this anymore. **SOLD** Rogue White Protoype 130MSI 60TX shaft. Shaft has been used for 1 round and a range session and is great shape. Has been tipped 1/2'', has a PXG adapter on it and plays to 45'' installed. Also comes with a new Tour Velvet Align grip. Limited amount of these shafts out right now and probably wont be release until the end of the year. $350 / OBO Free Shipping to CONUS! Not Interested in trades! Please feel free to ask any questions
  19. 45" Accra Tour Zx465 M4 Driver Shaft (w/Taylormade adapter)- $150 Shaft Only Custom color and art for the 2018 Ryder Cup. Just wasn't stiff enough for me.
  20. Brand New Scotty Cameron Phantom X 12, wrapper still on grip and bottom of club, 35”, headcover included. $380 shipped priority. Brand New Tensei Blue driver shaft. Tour X 70g. NOT stock shaft, real deal. Titleist adapter. $old
  21. In the off-season I picked up an Epic Flash Sub Zero 3W and 5W. The 5W made the bag, but I can't find a gap where the 3W (it goes too far). It's been hit a handful of times, but I'll let the photos speak for themselves. HZRDUS Smoke black 6.5 80g shaft. Headcover included $old. Also on the market are a pair of driver shafts with Callaway adapters: Graphite Design AD-IZ 65g X, Measures 43.5" (plays 44.5) (tipped 1/2") - $OLDUST Mamiya Attas Cool 6X. Measures 43.75" (plays at 44.75") $100 OBO
  22. Can anyone advise on improvements/differences between the original Diamana Whiteboard Flowerband shaft and the latest D+Limited Dialhead? I have been using the Flowerband ever since it came out but am thinking I can get more out of newer technology. Thoughts?
  23. Here we have a sweet Goodwood 003 prototype putter. I purchased it here but I have since received my custom Goodwood that I designed and it's going in the bag. This plays @ 33", is made from carbon steel with a cerakote finish and a head weight of 350 grams. Has a pingman grip. I do not have a head cover but I can put a random one on it for shipping. It is more of a bronze color than it looks like in the pics. I can gladly send more taken in natural light if you would like. $245 Mitsubishi Diamana S limited stiff shaft. Taylormade tip. $65 Adams hybrids. 26 and 23 degree. The 26 has barely been played. The 23 has served me well. Both with stiff shafts. Will sell as a set only. SOLD
  24. Hi there, recently got hold of an M1 2017 with kuro Kage Shaft, my question is if its the standard Shaft from TaylorMade. From what i have found there are slight differences in name etc. i have the silver series TiNi duel core. No Taylor made marking or anything. thanks
  25. I have a bit of a shaft dilemma. I currently play P7TWs with X100s at +1" length. 6 iron SS is ~106mph and driver 122-125mph. I have a pretty steep AOA being taller and have played PX 6.5 in Mizuno MP-18s in the past but I've found the flight to be a bit unplayable at times. This is why the switch to X100s to try and keep the flight down. I know iron head design plays a big role here but both of these blades have pretty comparable VCOG with the TWs being marginally higher. I have also tried putting 7.0s in my TWs because I was starting to have elbow issues with the X100s and knew I didn't have any problems with this with PX in the past playing just as much. I ended up switching back to the X100s because I didn't like the higher flight of the 7.0s and quite frankly they just felt like crap. Especially paired with the firmer feel of the TW club head. My question is - do I look at getting prosoft or sensicore inserts for the X100s and call it a day or look to something like X7 that is stiffer but maybe won't give me the same elbow issues or go back to 6.5s which I know don't give me elbow issues? The other consideration here is SW and obviously playing at 1" over it can start to get a little crazy. The shortest I can feel comfortable with is 3/4" over. I know these types of threads have been overdone so many times but I went through trying to read as much as possible on previous threads and couldn't find this type of scenario. Any feedback is much appreciated, thanks.
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