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« Reply #20 on: Thursday January 17 2019 13:54:21 AEDT PM »

  
I would be also  interested
in how Doug's old 18 inch green
Coil tests with the QED
as it was one of the first mono
Coils used
 

I have one of those old green coils. I think they were called "garbage bin lids". Never tried it but should work OK....will let you know.
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« Reply #21 on: Thursday January 17 2019 14:57:25 AEDT PM »

That's not a big coil, THIS is a big coil.  happy face


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« Reply #22 on: Thursday January 17 2019 19:53:20 AEDT PM »

  
I would be also  interested
in how Doug's old 18 inch green
Coil tests with the QED  smile
as it was one of the first mono
Coils used
 
Reg I believe has used  the 24" NF spoked mono on the QED without any problems.
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« Reply #23 on: Friday January 18 2019 11:09:08 AEDT AM »

I have included a pic below just as an addition to a previous post in regards to the white lightweight 18" round 4 spoke fibreglass coil (centre) I purchased off NF that was designed to match the SD2100 18" Kevlar mono..  

Back when I purchased the coil for use on my SD2000 that I owned then I had an opportunity to test it up against an 18" Kevlar and this particular NF mono came out on top from my tests.

Also running some test between the fibreglass 18" mono and 18" advantage (left side ) on my GPX the advantage appeared to be slightly more sensitive on smaller nuggets and the other a slight edge on larger nuggets.

I have used it on my QED and it operated without any problems so I assume the 18" Kevlar mono and the old dust bid lid 18" mono would as well.

Gary.


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