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Thread: Flatline and Drop forward

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    Flatline and Drop forward

    Well, I'm selling my nitroduck adjustable and getting a flatline next week. I need a new drop as my NW spoon doesn't have a dovetail on it, so I'm looking around. I need a black 5" drop that will attach to a flatline that doesn't look too ugly. Any suggestions? I couldn't find anything half decent online.

    Pics are good too!!

    Also, does anyone know the weight difference between a filled 88/4500 and a filled 68/4500 flatline? Is it noticable? If it's not I'll probably go with the 88..
    Superbolt

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    The shocktech drops are great. I use the smallest on my flatline right now because I'm a fan of shouldering the tank. They make 2 other lenghts that should just about work for however you like the tank positioned.


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    I like the stock DF on the 3000 series Flatlines. It works Perfectly with my warp, cuz otherwise, my face would be IN my hopper

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    I agree with Load - the Shocktech ones are fabulous

    I've got a medium on my Flatline

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    Shocktech it is, then. Thanks.

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