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Old 06-11-2012, 02:37 PM   #9
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I didn't have a scale at home 5KG, but I used your advised technique when I got acceses to a friend's one, and it's 7kg. I thought it was 7 before, because the set was supposed to be 40kg and the weights only amounted to 33kg, since it was out of sight in a garage a long time, I was uncertain whether or not a plate or two could be missing. It's not a seven footer but I guess it depends on the metal used and what not. Thanks dude.
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