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Old 03-29-2020, 12:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Are the GJ E-170 and E-175 the same mould?

I've been trying to figure out the above, is it purely the printing that is different or is the mould actually a different mould?

I can confirm the Herpa E-170 vs. the Gemini E-175 are different lengths but unsure of the Gemini vs. Gemini scenario, anyone know?
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Default Re: Are the GJ E-170 and E-175 the same mould?

Different mold. The E-175 is a little longer than the E-170. I have both.
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Different mold. The E-175 is a little longer than the E-170. I have both.
Great thanks for confirmation. It wasn't clear from pictures and didn't seem to be measurements available
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