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    Which side to put the heavier rubber on if the same rubber is used on both sides.

    Which side of the blade would you put the heavier rubber on if you use the same rubber on both sides?
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    It is just the way you like it. Heavier is harder and thus little faster,

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    You may place the harder rubber to the side where you do a much longer stroke

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