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    • wichita falls texas march seminar date
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    Dan, I didn't see this asked...if I don't need .25lb plates, do you sell (as an example) just 1lb plates, or it is the whole set/all or nothing.

    Thanks.

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    How do you plan to load a 2.5-pound jump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    How do you plan to load a 2.5-pound jump?
    Just go up 2lbs? This isn't a sarcastic response. I'm making it in part out of ignorance...I don't know WTF I'm doing as it relates to increasing weights. So, I assume 1lb per side is adequate, and nearly equal to 1.25/side. And since I'm not training for any type of competition, that .5lb in total doesn't SEEM significant. As always, if I'm wrong, I want to know. And I'm wrong a lot.

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    How much money are you going to save by removing this option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    How much money are you going to save by removing this option?
    I have absolutely no idea.

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    Just ordered, thanks dan!

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    Short review here:

    I purchased my plates from Dan about 2 years ago. I painted two pair of them and none of the others. They've held up really well, and the unpainted ones have zero rust. I would not have painted them if I could go back and change that. Super solid product. Thank you, Dan.

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