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Default Offset angle of a Gray Research 108 tonearm?

Does anyone know what the offset angle is of the Gray Research 108 tonearm? The only references I've found say it's somewhere between 15 and 16 degrees.

Since the mounting angle of the cartridge is fixed in these tonearms, the only way to change tracking geometry is to change the pivot-to-spindle distance when you mount the tonearm on the arm board. That's why it would be really helpful to know what the offset angle is with some precision.

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