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    which blade for Galaxy Moon II Pro rubbers

    I am currently using a ritc LKT 9010 carbon blade with ritc faster (bh) and ritc cream germe) (fh) which I like and to keep as a spare.

    I have now bought two Galaxy Moon II Pro rubbers and would like advice on which all+ or off/off+ blade I should be getting to match these rubbers. I was told that a flexi blade is better match for the Moon rubbers.

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    I am not familiar with the rubber buddy. It's probably a high tension rubber and comparatively hard. An all wood blade would be good, an OFF or OFF+ if you dare. But since there are thousands of blade out there, it's best if you give us an indication or a made.
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    I am currently considering Galaxy T-11, T-2, T8 and v-14 (old K4).

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    the T-series are super stiff blades Mister, so i think you won't like them. But the v-series are reasonable

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