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Old 03-30-2004, 12:58 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the silver content for

4499s or Putnams?

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4499's are the highest silver content laydown brush that I know of. It depends which putnam's you're refering to, but the blue/green combo I believe is a 4499 and a 767 that have been treated not 100% positve on that.
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i think Putnams are a kind on its own
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Old 03-30-2004, 03:02 PM   #4
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anyone had any experience with these, they look quite rad

http://rotor.com.sg/car/eaglemodel/acc/1792.jpg

6% silver, double shunted eagle racing brush
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AggressiveTech brushes are 20% in both standup and laydown.
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Old 03-31-2004, 08:59 AM   #6
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wow!! could someone give me some more info on those?.

howd they compare to putnams?
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Donīt know about the silver content but from what I have read in the past the Putnam blue/green are the most powerful stockbrush available. But hard on the commutator too. Next one seems to be the 4499.
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4499's are the highest silver content laydown brush that I know of.
If you check Trinity's latest Brush chart, the #4503 and #4505 are listed as having the highest content of silver (% is not stated).

For 'Putnams' it goes Green, Blue then Red. With Green being the highest Silver content.
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The 4499's are about 12% not sure on the Putnams I have never tested those.
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If 4499 are 12%, then I know of something much higher.
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They are about 12% and yes there are others out there higher.
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