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2 hours ago, Elijah said:

Thank you, Steve. But I am searching 15" or 17". Can you help? 

Yes... contact the dealers at the link I provided. You wanted to know where to buy DDX coils... the dealers are where you buy any coil Nugget Finder makes. You can’t however buy coils not yet made for sale. You could contact Nugget Finder directly for more information as to when those coils may be available.

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