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      What is the diifference between the DHS balls D40+ and 40+?

      Looking for help to choose between the two types of DHS balls.

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      lasta is online now
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      Get the D40+, the old 40+ is slowly being phased out.

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      D40 is a lot more durable than the old 40+

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      40+ is diacetate material. It is better known as inflanable celluloid.

      Be happy.

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