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Old 05-07-2006, 12:34 PM   #1
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I was wondering what the typical gain is from a 2.5" stock compared to a 2.2" or a 2.3"


2.3" or a 2.2" is there any glaring differences between these two.
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Please don't start another post. This is directly related to your other VERY recent topic. Starting another related topic simply ignores the previous discussion and we ask the same questions all over again, and it clutters the forum.

Please ask this question in your other topic.
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