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  1. Greetings All, I had a helluva time sourcing a cage and weight plates. It seems the constellation of info, timing of upstarts vs veterans and so on, sometimes makes finding this info impossible. So, after fruitless searching, here it is again - from the source: Janice Arthur 6.5, 11, 15lb plates 5”, 6”, 7", 8.5", 9.5" posts I include camera screws and screws to make a cage. I even include extras. Mix any plates together and any four posts $380.00 any 2 plates and 4 rods $175.00 any single plate about $30 for one box shipping
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  2. Stiffness is a function of the OD of the material, and of the ID of the material, and of the material itself. With carbon fiber posts, there are a host of factors affecting stiffens, and stiffness can be quite different form one post to another, even if the first two factors (OD and ID) are identical. I'm sure any post that Greg makes (okay, and the M1 post) are super-stiff and won't give anyone any problems.
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  3. Has some cosmetic scratches but works great. $1700 OBO IMG_0190.HEIC IMG_0191.HEIC IMG_0192.HEIC IMG_0193.HEIC IMG_0194.HEIC
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  4. I would be contacting Jerry Hill .Great guy and should be able to help .https://steadimoves.com Good luck . Louis Puli
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  5. "Undercutting" comes naturally early in your career. You do not have the experience quite yet to be charging what experienced ops charge. Make sure production knows why though, as you don't want them having high expectations. Also, don't take a gig if you aren't ready for it. Word travels fast which can either work against you or for you. Best of luck and you have us all for information and help. Also, nothing against Greg but taking a SOA workshop will also work in your favor. Many experienced ops to learn from, giving you exposure to different techniques from different people. Discover
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