Terrence wrote:I just acquired the Roc on the left for $6 from a vendor at the state championship tourney last weekend. It's the non-poppytop one. I doubt these Rocs are incredibly rare since I paid so little. Anyone have some of these they want to sell? (Provided picture of current run poppytop roc for comparison.) I'd prefer a 170-ish weight, however any weight will suffice.
Weebl wrote:They still make flat top Rocs. Search the internet for "Ching Rocs" for extremely flattop Rocs, or search vendors for flat top Rocs, Reds are more often than not the ones that are flat.
RustyP wrote:From what I've read, the flat-tops are so flat due to the stamping process. anybody know anything else about this? is it the size of the stamp in relation to the size of the disc that flattens it out? maybe something related to the full-color process?
I have 2 flatties in my bag - an older one with the "ring of rocs" stamp, and a new 2006 TX10-stamped one made of the "new" dx plastic - a lot more durable, and doesnt come off in chunks when you hit a tree.
Bradley Walker wrote:Where did you get your 2006 tx 10 stamped disc?.
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