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    Posted: 06/03/2019 at 8:01pm
hello, 

months ago i bought a pair of 999t super rubbers based on suggestions i saw somewhere on this forum about how tacky this rubbers are, and they were true... tackiest rubber ever. The problem was maybe i got a bad batch and the rubbers unglued from the sponge. Now i have to glue them back fom time to time but it's a bit annoying, also they're no longer on the LARC list, not a dealbreaker fo me but maybe for a few people.

I tried to replaced them testing 2 different classic 729 rubbers from TT11 thinking they were gonna be tacky but no.

Anyway, i wanted to know if they are the same rubber as Globe 999T available on aliexpress?? has anybody use them?

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Did you try Battle II?
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battle 2 45 deg or geospin tacky are good alternatives.
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battle 2 is tackier than H3 for sure with more speed.
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Battle 2, +1. 

But I cannot guarantee that much, that is it for sure tackier than dhs h3 ( NEO). I have 2 sheets of h3 neo, one is commercial, other is unknown but bought from China, and one of them is almost as tacky as battle 2. 

I would be also happy If some other confrimation about battle 2's being tackier, because I also use tacky chinese, and constantly looking for tackier one's. 
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Originally posted by Believer Believer wrote:

battle 2 is tackier than H3 for sure with more speed.

Which rubber is similar to haifu whale III? Correct me if i m wrong but haifu will not make more rubbers
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I read somewhere Yinhe Apollo rubbers are among the stickiest.
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