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    Posted: 06/18/2022 at 6:03am
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Palio HK1997 Gold is a fairly light-weight 50° hard rubber..It's semi-tacky, when new, but the tack wears of within the first month or so, of regular play ... I'm not sure how it compares to Dignics 80..  It has a hard sponge, and a more elastic top-sheet.. 
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Maybe the xiom omega China Guang... Not really sure about the exact weight but it felt lighter than D05 to me. 
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Is there a 50-ish Degree hardness rubber which is 45-47 grams cut to standard BTY Head (same hardness as Dignics 80 and same weight)?...and don't you dare reply Dignics 80.

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