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    Picture request: NMSFNO and TGLB


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    Hey,
    I have been looking for a while now and I just cant find a picture that has both a NMSFNO and a TGLB in it. I am trying to get a good size comparison. If the TGLB fits the bill I will get one of those as well!

    Thanks,
    Jesse

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    This one compares well. It's actually the original Team Gemini but they're pretty much identical.

    Last edited by shunsui; 09-12-2012 at 12:47 AM.

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    Awesome. Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunsui View Post
    This one compares well. It's actually the original Team Gemini but they're pretty much identical.

    I'll take the NM SFNO !
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    NMSFNO and an original Team Gemini, my 2 most wanted pieces of INFI.

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    I say go for it! They are similar is length and thickness, but are most definitely different enough to justify owning both.

    These are two blades that I think anyone who carries Busses should own.

    Here ya go:



    Last edited by <Flux>; 09-13-2012 at 07:49 AM.

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    Flux, it it a glare in the photo or is that nmsfno USED!??!?!

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    It's an original TG in this comparison pic I took a while back, but here ya go.

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    Glad to see these nice straight down pics. It's the only way to acurately compare blade size. Any bit of angle or perspective will deceive the eye.

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