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Old 21st April 2004, 05:19 PM   #11
Peter Menting is offline Peter Menting  United States
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Roscoe; Thanks for the input, I thought I had seen your project on this forum but could not remember when. The 15" is nice but a little heavy for my needs, however the 12" version looks very promising and I may go with that. The X-max looks good as does the efficiency. Once again, thanks for the tip.

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