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I would like to know what all you trap repair guys think about this. Is it necessary for the rubber to be tapered 45 degrees on the top edge of the rubber ? Which creates more spin on the target ? The tapered rubber or the straight rubber which touches the target skirt more? How many of you move the X- Arm when setting doubles after the initial installation of the X-arm so the targets are level in windy conditions? Standing behind the machine how many of you set the target plate higher than the 5/16th of inch the setting the machine has when it leaves the factory? Your input is appreciated thanks for your time. Jerry
 
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