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    Posted: 02/07/2024 at 11:57pm
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Is this the same sheet of neptune for years? If so just replace with a new sheet. Rubber ages, even long pips!
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IMO it is better to use chopping pips. Neptune is one of them. C&F AFAIK is not.
Tibhar Grass DTecs is king of pips. Pricy but durable.
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Originally posted by Omut Omut wrote:

IMO it is better to use chopping pips. Neptune is one of them. C&F AFAIK is not.
Tibhar Grass DTecs is king of pips. Pricy but durable.

I find grass more predictable than other LP maybe because many are used to .
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