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What does the series letters on acc's represent? I have some DQ and DR both in 3-49, is there a difference?
 

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They are weight codes. All DQ's are weight matched and so on.
 

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As follows...

Useingyour example...DQ 3-49..The DO is the series of shafts that ran. 3-thickness of carbon fiber on the aluminium core. -Number..last two digits of the core tube diameter in thousandths of an inch. If you should have a shaft with this type of print on it let's say...3L-49 / 340..the L would stand for "a lighter spine shaft"...the letter "x" indicates the lightest spine of that core tube size. The 340 spine [ deflection measured in thousandths of an inch] at 28" span for ALL sizes. Hope this wil help,if I've done it right.....Skip
 

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exactly right on all the above. The DQ i think it was, comparable to lot numbers on boxes of ammo. Same lots will be more consistent than mixing and matching.

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