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    What are the best rubbers for chopping?

    I would like to put together a bat specifically for chopping, I want long pips on one side and normal flat rubber on the other side. I am not sure what rubbers would be best for this, some 5 dollar rubbers i've heard are good but i'm not sure which ones are the best any reccomendations?

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    Feint long 2 or 3

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    Feint long 2 or 3

    What thickness would you reccomend?


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    Quote Originally Posted by t.t.s.t.a.r

    What thickness would you reccomend?

    I’m not a chopper but I guess ox or 0.6 for the control.


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    729 837 ox or 0.6mm and pf4-1
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    pf4-1 is incredibly hard to find does anyone know where I could get this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by t.t.s.t.a.r
    I would like to put together a bat specifically for chopping, I want long pips on one side and normal flat rubber on the other side. I am not sure what rubbers would be best for this, some 5 dollar rubbers i've heard are good but i'm not sure which ones are the best any reccomendations?

    Why 2 separate posts for the same topic ... that too, on the same forum ..?

    Dawei 388D-1, Yinhe Neptune, are good beginner-friendly, and cheap Long pips ...

    Butterfly Feint Long II, is also good, but would be much more expensive ..


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    I didn't purpose fully put multiple posts up, I accidentally clicked the button to post it several times, thinking that it hadn't loaded it up properly and then when I found out I couldn't manage to delete them, sorry.


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    Quote Originally Posted by t.t.s.t.a.r
    I would like to put together a bat specifically for chopping, I want long pips on one side and normal flat rubber on the other side. I am not sure what rubbers would be best for this, some 5 dollar rubbers i've heard are good but i'm not sure which ones are the best any reccomendations?
    The pips part has had some attention. Good.

    Will you be chopping with the inverted (normal flat) rubber as well, as in: old school defender style? Or do you intend to play with an aggressive counterloop and attack on the FH, sometimes resorting to fishing when that's nog possible, using inverted - in the more modern defender style?

    For the former style, the classic defender's choice would be a thin-sponged grippy rubber, at the slow end of the spectrum. Butterfly Tackiness C at 1.0mm, for example. For the latter style, I see thick offensive rubbers being put to use - Butterfly Tenergy 05, Gewo Nexxus EL-Pro 50, even Rasanter R53.


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