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07-12-2011, 10:21 AM
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Wease
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To me, the biggest advantage of two piece over one piece is the cost. After I went through like 3 OPS in a few months, at the cost of $200+ each, I went back to a two piece. Now when I crack or break a blade (I use an SE16 tapered shaft and now the new EQ50 blade), I'm only out the $60+ for the blade instead of $200+ for a whole new setup. And as far as balance and weight, I don't notice any difference...

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