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Greeting everyone
I was looking for a coil to use on the beach with my TDI SL. Mainly I was looking for stock 12 "dd but I did not find anything used, I have the 7.5dd and I consider that for hunting on the beach it is too small. I found online the" scarab mono 18 "x14" from pmcoils. I have not seen any information on this coil, I was mainly looking for a DD because I had the dual field of surfmaster for a while and it went very well with those coils, but I could give the mono coil a chance if he found any positive information. .
If some use this coil or know some information, I would appreciate your opinion.

Thanks

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The company seems to have done its activity 3 years ago, but still keeps some videos on youtube.
I think I'll keep looking for the 12 "dd of the whites.

Thanks Steve.

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Get a larger coil from Miner John, his coils are the best match for the TDI machines, even better than oe coils.

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I've heard good things about the Razorback 14 "DD, I think it was made by Miner John, but they are no longer available, I could go for the 14" mono, but right now it's out of my budget.

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