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Which one should I get.   I am looking at chaning my mid range or adding a midrange to my current ones.  A lot of people have been talking about the lat 64 stuff.      And if you have a core or a fuse,  what do you use it for ?

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bought a gold line fuse last night,  havent got to throw it yet.  Had a storm come through that brought ICE not snow,  so I will have to wait a few days.     Will see how the fuse works for me and might have to pick up the Core also.       

I have been looking at both the Fuse and Core as well, I do love Lat64 plastic.  I throw a Roc and Mako for mids currently.  The Roc is solid in the wind.  Got me wondering, how do the Core and Fuse perform in windy conditions?


Also, what weights should I consider?  I drive 171-175 drivers.  And I like heavy mids (175-180) and putters (175).  I have had bad results with lighter mids.

Would a lighter fuse (or mako) be more prone to turnover and anhyzer out then a heavy one?   

I would never throw a Fuse in the wind unless it was thrown with negative hyzer
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