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    Different GPR reed cages styles?

    I bought a used replacement stock reedcage for my GPR. It is the same EXCEPT on the inlet side it has a rounded cutout to the rectangle shape on the top and bottom, kinda like reed stuffers do. Does anyone know what this is from? Its a perfect fit, but is just shaped different on the inlet side. Thanks


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    If they look like cut outs in the reed stops they are from the 1300 and yes they work in the 1200, IMO better

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    Quote Originally Posted by osidebill View Post
    If they look like cut outs in the reed stops they are from the 1300 and yes they work in the 1200, IMO better
    Yes, thats what they look like, a little crescent cut on both top and bottom. Thanks Bill.

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