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    Travis Mitchell

    Feb 2016
    Elizabethtown, IN
    XP Deus ORX, MX5, V3i, Equinox, Tesoro Vaq, F22
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    It's truly a remarkable machine light weight, excellent unmasking, depth.
    I sold mine before I really appreciated what I had. Keeping an eye out on a good used deal on a Tejon down the road. I've always said if I could find a machine with VDI that could perform just like the Vaquero I would be a happy camper. The Nox had the speed, depth, separation (pretty close)

    ground balancing can be a little tricky and I dug a lot of trash (not a bad thing)

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    Lord ringpull

    Oct 2015
    Kannapolis nc
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    You guys call them concentric but they are partially elliptical. I think that's why they get good depth.

 

 
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