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post #19 of 22

It would be fun to have one of these machines to play with.

Out of my price range though. ;-)

post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by MS256 View Post

It would be fun to have one of these machines to play with.


Out of my price range though. a2_wink.gif

Maybe it's just me, but that logo didn't seem to be popping straight up at first, but more line 1:00. Which seemed close to what the Pure machine came up with in the end.
post #21 of 22
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Originally Posted by vangator View Post

I found the spine of my TT DG S300 and the FLO. They always correlated. Maybe on some cheaper shafts it may vary.

Residual bend.

Go with FLO.
post #22 of 22
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Originally Posted by moparman426 View Post


I do it with a dummy grip installed, which is recommended.

I noticed that in one of the pics. What is the reason for that? Or by 'dummy grip' do you mean one just like you plan to install?
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