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Old 02-19-2011, 09:15 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by IronManlet View Post
Makes sense. I would have thought more 242'ers would be at least 5'10"...that's pretty hefty for 5'7". haha

Anyway, sorry for derailing the subject.
5'10 is probably the maximum for a successful 242, and most of them should be 275ers, or cutting from the low 260s.

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Originally Posted by TheRock View Post
You are correct sir. I guess it's easier to be a full power guy with more consistent numbers across the board at 220 or even 198? Just judging from some of the guys out there like Celli, Ricks, Haggett, Belyaev. It just seems like 242 is a weird class because as you stated most of the guys are very firepluggy and the taller guys end up at 275 or so.
ed coan was a 242, probably the best ever.



kirk karwoski was a 275er, and is 5'8", maaaaybe 5'9".

Celli is like 5'6"ish
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