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 Post subject: Old 651 New 651
PostPosted: 26 Oct 2017, 20:40 
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It's widely stated that 651 was changed at some point...

I have a sheet of 651, which doesn't have an ITTF number on it - just the logo. This one has slightly smaller, maybe slightly taller pips, with a lower pip density (ie more space around the pips).

I also have a sheet with the 24-030 serial number, which I believe is "current".

Would the older one, strictly speaking, be 'illegal'?

Anyone else got 2 x and can compare and confirm?

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 Post subject: Re: Old 651 New 651
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LordCope wrote:
It's widely stated that 651 was changed at some point...

I have a sheet of 651, which doesn't have an ITTF number on it - just the logo. This one has slightly smaller, maybe slightly taller pips, with a lower pip density (ie more space around the pips).

I also have a sheet with the 24-030 serial number, which I believe is "current".

Would the older one, strictly speaking, be 'illegal'?

Anyone else got 2 x and can compare and confirm?



same situation with old 802. pips are modified to suit the new ball the new 802 pips are more separated. the old 802 is useless same happens with 799


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 Post subject: Re: Old 651 New 651
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LordCope wrote:
It's widely stated that 651 was changed at some point...

I have a sheet of 651, which doesn't have an ITTF number on it - just the logo. This one has slightly smaller, maybe slightly taller pips, with a lower pip density (ie more space around the pips).

I also have a sheet with the 24-030 serial number, which I believe is "current".

Would the older one, strictly speaking, be 'illegal'?

Anyone else got 2 x and can compare and confirm?

Although many DHS rubbers are listed on the LARC both with and without the ITTF number, the 651 is not one of them, so I would think it's technically illegal as you say.
Unfortunately I don't have two to compare.

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