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03-22-2008, 12:25 PM
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mixedupmark
 
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interesting. thanks for the post. i was thinking a more curved blade that's kind of flared at the toe was better. at least i was still looking at the right easton blade anyway. lol, i wish there was a universal number for blades that every brand used so people like me wouldn't have to guess and compare and ask people what to get...maybe they do, but not from what i've experienced. thanks again

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