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Old August 27th, 2017, 09:06 PM   #25
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I disagree with almost everything this guy has to say about stability of 45 degree plates. If your talent and tuning is not up to par, you will not make any plate work.
Yep, I agree 100%.

The article was pretty much hype when it appeared and now with that final arbiter, time, his words have not held up well. I'd say 45 degree plates are even more popular now than 6 years ago. And for good reason.

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