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Re: [patto] C4 Camalots: Lobe & Stem Materials and properties [In reply to]
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I can give you any answer you want, bit BD might give you an acurate answer. If they don't ant you to know, then they don't want any of us to know. but I don't think that is the case at all.

I can tell you lobes used to be considered soft (not 6065) in the days between dual stem and C4s. I didn't think they were changed after dual stem units, but what do I know.


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