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Pro stock Bauer codes

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Hey I picked up a pro stock x60 at the national sale, I wanna figure out what the codes are underneath the name, its a wellwood curve,

0588-13

87

g15f

thanks!

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0588-13 ->curve ID #

87->flex

g15f->construction, which in this case is the same as retail x60

thanks, glad its an actual x60, you never know with pro stocks

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So if G3 on a One95 is a custom flex profile, and G15F on an X:60 is an x:60; is it safe to assume that "G" means the stick is designed like an X:60 to respond to different shots?

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So if G3 on a One95 is a custom flex profile, and G15F on an X:60 is an x:60; is it safe to assume that "G" means the stick is designed like an X:60 to respond to different shots?

maybe, I just know G15F is a retail x60 cause the one I have looks, feels, weighs, and shoots like a retail x60. so i'm 99% sure it's an x60.

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Anyone know B? It's an x60 with small weaves.

I have a One95 with a B flex profile (smaller weave too). Kickpoint feels lower than a regular One95.

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So if G3 on a One95 is a custom flex profile, and G15F on an X:60 is an x:60; is it safe to assume that "G" means the stick is designed like an X:60 to respond to different shots?

No, "G3" is literally a custom flex profile. It's adjusted to player request/recommendation, per 1/3 segments.

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No, "G3" is literally a custom flex profile. It's adjusted to player request/recommendation, per 1/3 segments.

Thanks for the clarification. My understanding was the G3 was generic to only one type of flex profile with the lower half being softer. I know the X:60 at retail is supposed to flex differently depending on how you shoot so I thought perhaps this was the case with any stick labeled G. Good to know that it can be any type of flex.

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Here's a list of some Pro stock one95's of the 3rd value..

S12, D, C28, B,

...what would they mean? are they acutal One95s?

Edited by puckhoggy

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Ive got two one95's marked at DP and C29 (already covered as a one95,) and some "X60's" marked with SELT - which has an extremely low kick point.

Any insight on the DP and SELT?

Edited by bearfight

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I misread the chart :facepalm:

checked some of my codes as well.

have a one90 with the A2 code........Is A2 really a 2 piece one85 or did I misread the chart again

I also have a xxx lite shaft I made from an ops. Has the code C, so I'm assuming it's a one90.

Edited by bostonjuniorblackhawks

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