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XP Orx Silver Dime Depth Test..

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14 inches. WOW! Thanks for posting videos on the ORX. Keep them coming.

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Thanks for posting the very interesting video!!

MT

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The ORX seems super capable of finding the deep stuff. Thanks for the video CD!

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