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San Marino or Rancho Roc

Postby dsbearsfan » Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:46 pm

Don't know if this is already an older thread

1. How can I tell if my roc is rancho or san marino?
2. What is the difference?
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Re: San Marino or Rancho Roc

Postby InvaderMirO » Sun Jun 03, 2012 10:33 pm

flip your disc over and look on the bottom. its written in the mold as raised lettering.

the ROC is either manufactured in Ranchero , or San Marino, California.

99% of basic DX Rocs you find will be Ranchero
most of the only San Marino Rocs you will find now are the star plastic ones they are making.

Ranchero = starts overstable
San Marino = starts neutral
Ontario = starts slightly understable

keep in mind that you can beat in a Ranchero Roc to fly like a San Marino or Ontario.

someone on here will likely correct my post or elaborate in much greater detail. everyone loves a well seasoned roc
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Re: San Marino or Rancho Roc

Postby Working Stiff » Mon Jun 04, 2012 10:53 am

InvaderMirO wrote:flip your disc over and look on the bottom. its written in the mold as raised lettering.

the ROC is either manufactured in Ranchero , or San Marino, California.

99% of basic DX Rocs you find will be Ranchero
most of the only San Marino Rocs you will find now are the star plastic ones they are making.

Ranchero = starts overstable
San Marino = starts neutral
Ontario = starts slightly understable
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keep in mind that you can beat in a Ranchero Roc to fly like a San Marino or Ontario.

someone on here will likely correct my post or elaborate in much greater detail. everyone loves a well seasoned roc
Am I the only one who had "Los Rancheros" by Adam & the Ants running through his head while reading this post? It's gonna take forever to get that to go away.
Furthur wrote:Either get a lighter one, throw harder, or find a disc with more glide.
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Re: San Marino or Rancho Roc

Postby InvaderMirO » Mon Jun 04, 2012 10:54 am

dear god. i just listened to that song... what an awful thing to have stuck in your head all day :D
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Re: San Marino or Rancho Roc

Postby dsbearsfan » Sat Jun 09, 2012 2:50 pm

Thanks for the help. Guess Ive never taken the time to read the print on the underside of the disc
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