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Old 04-26-12, 03:30 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by BigBassin144 View Post
I don't believe you get the "invisibility" of fluorocarbon when using a copolymer. Your car has a clear coat of paint on it, does that mean you can't see the car under it? Adding a coating to a nylon mono doesn't change the refractive index of nylon.
I see the logic, but it sure seems to me that 10# Floroclear is less visible than the 10# mono (Gamma) that I use. Maybe the analogy is closer to radar-absorbing coatings on stealth aircraft???? Maybe I am just fooling myself????
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Old 04-26-12, 05:41 PM   #27
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Skeeter, this will help or put you to sleep.
Explained better than I can.
Once you understand the differences of lines it may help...or knot.
Some coplys are interwoven, not coated. Supposed to make a difference.

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