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4116-4 ONE 5126-4 ONE 8136-4 ONE 6126-4 METHOD  
5116-4 ONE 6126-4 ONE 9140-4 ONE 7126-4 METHOD  
6116-4 ONE 7126-4 ONE 10130-4 ONE 8126-4 METHOD  
7116-4 ONE 7136-4 ONE 10150-4 ONE   9140-4 METHOD  
8116-4 ONE 8126-4 ONE ONE Blanks   10150-4 METHOD  
GENERATIONS: Sage 7136-4
How this legend evolved over twenty years. Test Report
 
Mark Bachmann landing a Sandy River winter steelhead with a Sage 7126-4 TCX rod, Sage 6010 reel, and Rio Skagit line...
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Smooth actions & improved balance for deadly fishability.
These long rods allow you to roll cast, spey cast and overhead cast in areas with back cast or height limitations. Sage two-hand rods are available in modern fast action ONE and the FAST-ACTION METHOD models.

Sage IS the leader in two-hand steelhead rods.  This is because of their unique understanding of steelhead, steelhead rivers and steelhead fishermen.  Sage is also the leader in two-hand rods designed with King Salmon in mind.  One of the guys that leads this advisory committee is George Cook, pictured here fishing out of Alaska West Lodge on the Kanektok River. The Sage 10130-4 ONE is designed specifically for kings. This rod has the butt strength to pressure fish that weigh over 50-pounds.  It's shorter powerful flex loads easy to throw very large flies without casting fatigue; a rod designed to be fit for a King

Son of Death Star, Sage 7126-4 Method
Methods are the latest series of fast action rods designed specifically for the world's most highly skilled fly casters. Sage has been making super high performance rods nearly as long as they have been in business. The first two-hand series that caught my attention was the TCR (technical casting rod). These rods had a candy-apple finish and were extremely stiff, and incredibly fast action. The tip recovery was so fast that only the top 1% of the Scandinavian type Spey casters could actually enjoy them as fishing tools, but those anglers produced blistering line speed and bullet shaped loops. I used a TCR some, but never enjoyed the fact that after hooking up, it was like playing a steelhead with a broom handle. Yet the ability to administer narrow loops at such amazing speed made the TCX a great casting tool. Next came the TCX series. Our rep George Cook explained TCX as being much like the TCR, but without the harsh personality. Like the TCR, a full line of Spey rods were offered in the TCX. One of these, the 12 1/2" #7 quickly rose to the top. It became so universally popular it was named the "Death Star" after the Star Wars Planet Killer.
The Death Star became accepted by Traditional, Scandi and Skagit casters alike. Anglers such as Simon Gawesworth and Scott Howell sang its praise and demonstrated the Death Star's worthiness by landing legions of steelhead with it. Many rods have come and gone through my formidable collection of two-handers, but the Death Star remains, which gives me the perfect opportunity to compare the 7126-4 Method to it.
The Son of Death Star is cocky, almost arrogant in its magma red paint job. Sage took a real chance there. If you color a fly rod magma red you better be able to back it up, it better perform.
Don't worry, the son does perform very well in some unexpected ways. First off the new rod is a full .6 of an ounce lighter in weight than the Death Star. The blank is much narrower in profile and the action, although still very fast, it is more user friendly, which means it is easier to time and load. Because it is slightly lighter in weight, the "son" is easier to stop at the end of a casting stroke, and for the average caster it may produce even more fly line speed than the TCX.
Since I received my sample I have landed 4 for 4 steelhead from the Deschutes River with it. All these were small fish from four to six pounds, and none were a challenge to land. The 7126-4 Method is designed for steelhead and Atlantic Salmon that average six to twenty pounds.
Simon and I exchanged the rod/reel set up while shooting the video (above). My first couple of casts were equal to his while wading in waist deep water, but when we entered water that was only slightly deeper, he definitely had the advantage. I think that situation developed because he had been using an even shorter rod, a 7119-4 Method (11' 9"). I had been using rods from 13' to 13.5'. When wading deeper, an angler has to rise more when forming a D-loop. The shorter the rod the more one has to rise in order to get the perfect amount of line stick, a fact I momentarily lost, because my motion was still tuned for the longer rods.
Shorter rods, such as the 7126-4 Method are perfect for fishing the deep sides of steelhead runs where overhanging trees and steep banks don't allow for a lot of room to form D-loops.
Just read Andrew Bennett's glowing review of the 7126-4 METHOD on Deneki Outdoors blog. He terms the new rod "The Light Saber". Check it out.

6126-4 METHOD

Length: 12' 6"     Line: 6     Pieces: 4

Rod weight: 6 3/8 oz.
Line Matches:
Rio Skagit Max Short 450, Rio Skagit Max 475 or 500, Airflo Skagit 480 Compact
Rio Scandi 390 grain, Airflo Compact Scandi 400

Item
Series
Line Wt
Action Handle Price To Top
6126-4 METHOD 6 Fast   $975

7126-4 METHOD

Length: 12' 6"     Line: 7     Pieces: 4

Rod weight: 6 1/2 oz.
Line Matches:
Rio Skagit Max Short 500, Rio Skagit Max 525 or 550, Airflo Skagit 540 Compact
Rio Scandi 435-grain, Airflo Compact Scandi 450
Item
Series
Line Wt
Action Handle Price To Top
7126-4 METHOD 7 Fast   $975

8126-4 METHOD

Length: 12' 6"     Line: 8     Pieces: 4


Rod weight: 7 15/16 oz.
Line Matches:
Rio Skagit Max Short 550, Rio Skagit Max 550 or 575, Airflo Skagit 570 Compact
Rio Scandi 480 grain, Airflo Compact Scandi 480

Item
Series
Line Wt
Action Handle Price To Top
8126-4 METHOD 7 Fast   $975

9140-4 METHOD

Length: 14'     Line: 9     Pieces: 4


Rod weight: 8 7/16 oz.
Line Matches:
Rio UniSpey: 9/10
Rio Skagit Max 600
Rio Scandi 520
Item
Series
Line Wt
Action Handle Price To Top
9140-4 METHOD 9 Fast   $1050

10150-4 METHOD

Length: 15'     Line: 10     Pieces: 4


Rod weight: 9 1/8 oz.
Line Matches:
Rio UniSpey: 10/11
Rio Skagit Max 725
Rio Scandi 640

Item
Series
Line Wt
Action Handle Price To Top
10150-4 METHOD 10 Fast   $1050

Sage 7136-4 Generations
By: Mark Bachmann
The Sage 7136-4 Two-Hand Fly Rod evolved in the Pacific Northwest of North America, which is a geographic area with lots of steelhead. In the 20-years that the basic 7136-4 design has been around, it has landed thousands of (Oncorhynchus mykiss). In the Pacific Northwest there is a vast array of snow-melt rivers that fall precipitously from rain drenched mountains to the sea. These watersheds are wild with vegetation to the water. Here the terrain is some of the most challenging in the world for fly fishing. Many rivers are large and hard to wade.
Some steelhead eat dainty little flies, but most prefer flies that are as long as your middle finger, and are often tied on shanks or tubes that are equipped with heavy metal eyes. Sinking tip lines rule here. Two-hand rods (Spey rods) started to become popular in the Pacific Northwest around 1990. Most rods used in the Pacific Northwest during the early 1990's were 14' - 15' nine-weights. These big rods had evolved in the parts of the world where Atlantic Salmon are the main target. These fish average twelve to thirty pounds.
Steelhead average six to twenty pounds.
Around 1992 Sage offered what they termed a "summer steelhead rod", the
7136-4 RPL. At 13 1/2 feet, for a seven-weight line, it was long and lean. The first model 7136-4 was produced and fished in an era before Americans had acquired much experience in fly fishing for steelhead in their home waters. As more and more Northwest Anglers entered the steelhead-fly-fishing sport, their tackle was adapted to the unique personalities of their own rivers and fish. Rods and lines were adapted to cast large flies to moderate size fish, which live in hard to fish places. 
Seven weight rods took the popularity from the nine weight rods. During the last three years the best selling steelhead rods are for seven-weight lines and are from 13' to 13 1/2 feet in length. The Sage 7136-4 was the first popular rod in this category.
I've owned and fished four generations of Sage 7136-4 Spey rods. The first ones were brown from the RPL Generation. After a love, hate, love relationship, which went like: bought one and caught several steelhead with it, didn't like it, sold it, regretted it, and bought another one...then fished that rod for three summer seasons as my go-to rod for windless-days. This generation was parabolic and somewhat wobbly in action. It would throw long casts, but with the lines available at the time, it needed quite a bit of room to form a reasonable D-loop. Because of the slow action it was a pain in the wind, but was the right size for the water and the fish. This rod became my morning rod on the Deschutes, but cluttered up the boat during the windy afternoons.

An angler landing a wild Sandy River steelhead with a 7136-4 SP.
This series was produced between 1994 & 1998.
Next came the dark green SP Series. These rods were more responsive than the brown rods. I sold the second brown 7136-4 rod, and bought a green one. It filled the roll of the brownie as a morning rod, and occasionally it was used in the winter. It was superior to the brown rod, but in my opinion only marginally so. However, there are a number of experienced anglers who believe that the dark green 7136-4 is the best all around Spey rod that was ever made, and there are many of these rods that are still in action. Then there was a tiger-eye colored version that actually was called an 8136-4. It worked better as a Skagit rod, but lost the edge as a greased line Deschutes rod. Once again there are long term believers in this version.
Then in 2006 came Z-AXIS and everything changed. The Skagit/Scandi shooting head craze came into full bloom and the 7136-4 Z-AXIS fit the new lines perfectly.
In 2010, my best fishing buddy Bob said he wanted to refine his steelhead skill-set by simplification. He wanted to be able to present the fly better and realized that being able to cast better was the key. He wanted one rod that would fish both summer and winter steelhead. What would be his single best choice? My reply was, "Buy a Sage 7136-4 Z-AXIS". He did buy one, and the improvement in his catch became noticeable almost immediately. Years later he says he has no regrets about his rod selection. During the following winters, Bob has scored at will, and it is because he is covering more water better. My own 7136-4 Z-AXIS is battered and bruised from six seasons of constant use. It has been the best big water gun I own for fishing Skagit style heads with sinking tips to 175-grains and it throws average size Intruder flies with ease. At 13 1/2 feet, the extra length maximizes
my control. The 7136-4 has evolved slowly, over a period of many years. I think the method is called incremental change. Little by little the handle changed, the reel seat changed, the guides changed, and the cosmetics changed. But when the parabolic action changed to a progressive action, line speed and casting accuracy improved dramatically. Sinking tips came out of the water easier allowing the anchor for the next cast to be placed more precisely, which made loop length and tension more predictable, which made all facets of casting easier, which cut fatigue, and ultimately brought more fish to the hand. During this period of development, graphite technology improved, and the traditional parabolic Spey rod taper design was finely discarded in favor of a more responsive progressive taper, which generated more line speed and allowed fishing in tighter quarters.
THE ONE from Sage
Sage has always been an innovator in graphite rod blank technology. Their latest masterpiece is called is call Konnetic technology. It involves placing the graphite fibers in each rod blank in perfect alignment to gain casting accuracy and recovery time. Single-hand Sage ONE rods made with Kt have been well-received in the market place, and on the water. A series of two-hand rods was under development for an extended period of time. We got a sneak peek at a couple of these rods in the summer of 2011. They were killers and they created a lot of excitement around camp.
May 19, Bob and I got our hands on a new Sage 7136-4 ONE "prototype". Bob got to go first with the new rod, and spent a full fifteen minutes casting before he gave it to me. After a twenty-cast tune up to gauge this rod's personality, I dropped downstream a hundred feet and went fishing. Twenty casts later a brand new native steelhead conveniently impaled herself on the fly and ran into the backing. After a short, but determined fight my buddy Josh was kind enough to slip the net under it for me, and after a couple of quick clicks of the camera the fish went upon her merry way. I surrendered the rod back to Sage, and Bob and I proceeded to fish our Z-AXIS rods for the rest of the season.

Handle comparison between Sage ONE and Z-AXIS models: The fore-grip on the ONE is longer and slimmer. The reel seat on the ONE is down-lock, which moves the reel toward the butt slightly for better balance.
Several months later the new 7136-4 ONE became available, an Bob and I each obtained one.
So how does this new rod compare to previous generations?
The cosmetics on the new series is distinctive, but the finish on all top-line Sage rods has been superb for years. In the cosmetics department the difference between the old and new series is a toss. The color of the ONE Series rods is called "black ice". Wraps are black with metallic bronze accents; very subtle, but sophisticated, kind of like pearls and gold against a black dress. The reel seats are plain and very functional anodized aluminum without extra grooves to collect grime. The handle is similar to the previous generations, but is plainer looking, which is okay with me. I'm more interested in what the cork will look like after three years of hard use. The cork on the new rods looks great. Sage handles have always stood up well.
It takes a lot of casts and a few fish to tell what the personality of a rod is really like. While playing tha first fish on the proto-type ONE, there was little noticeable difference between the old and new rods. They seemed to bend about the same, and both rods are very forgiving. No improvement in this category was needed.
Casting, however was a different story. At first, both the Z-AXIS and ONE rods seemed to bend about the same. Both rods are easy to load. Yet the new rod lifts sinking tips easier, and allows for a more accurate placement of the anchor. This, of course makes all the rest of each cast easier. Where I was fishing at the time, there was no need for extreme casting distance. The cast that caught the fish was about 65' from the rod tip to the fly. The cast had landed very straight with very little slack in it, so the fly came under tension immediately and the fish took after the fly had travelled less than twenty feet.
Fly speed can be everything and slack in the line can be your enemy during certain water flows. Unintentional slack in the line is created by poor casting technique, and rod designs that create tip wobble. If you are a smooth caster the Z-AXIS throws a very tight line with a minimum of bounce-back.
But the ONE is even better in this department. The High Compression Molding (HCM) process in the Konnetic technology that makes the ONE single-handers the most accurate casting rods on the market, definitely improves the effectiveness of the 7136-4 as a fishing tool. The density of the (HCM) blank construction isn't lighter in weight than the Z-AXIS, but you are so much more connected to your fly through it. The feeling is really startling. The take of that fish was transmitted with incredibly sharp detail, which created a heightened awareness of the whole event, which is indelibly etched into the steelhead archives between my ears, a pleasant memory amongst a myriad of other pleasant fly fishing fishing memories.
After a thousand casts and several more steelhead, my perception of the ONE has changed slightly since my initial introduction. The ONE action is quite different from the Z-AXIS. The bend in the rod is less tip action and is more spread out over the entire blank, maybe even slightly parabolic. Lines and reels are totally interchangeable between the two rods. They both like Skagit heads that weigh between 540and 560 grains. My favorite pick at the moment are 550-grain Rio Flight and iFlight with T-14 M.O.W. Tips. With this line set up the ONE will launch more line than the Z-AXIS, as a matter of fact A LOT MORE! The ONE action comes under load quicker than the Z-AXIS, but spreads bend more evenly along the entire length of the blank, putting more load closer to your hands, making the rod more easy to control. The ONE is easy to load, but because the graphite material used in the construction of the blank is so resilient, the rod kicks hard and straightens instantaneously to build tremendous line speed. Because the main design criteria in  Konnetic technology is "Translated Accuracy" (the elimination of tip-wobble), slack-producing/energy-robbing standing waves in the forward cast are virtually eliminated, resulting in higher line speed for more accurate and farther reaching casts, with less energy drain on the caster. 
The Sage ONE rods were incredibly popular at the Sandy River Spey Clave in May, 2012! George Cook brought a huge supply of samples, but there were hardly ever any in his booth to try. They were always on the water being flogged by loving hands. There will be plenty of Sage ONE rods at Sandy River Spey Clave 2013. Stop in at the Sage booth and check them our, or stop in at The Fly Fishing Shop and get your hands on one now. We get rods continually, and we ship every day!

4116-4 ONE

Length: 11' 6"   Line: 4    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: N/A, Skagit Short 325, Steelhead Scandi 310, Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #5, Uni-Spey N/A, Standard Outbound for Lakes/Beach WF-5 F/I
Reel Recommendations: Sage 6080, 4280, 3830CF, Nautilus: NV6/7, Vanquish: V8LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
 

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
4116-4 ONE 4 Fast   $850


5116-4 ONE

Length: 11' 6"   Line: 5    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 350, Skagit Short 375, Steelhead Scandi 350, Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #6, Uni-Spey N/A, Standard Outbound for Lakes/Beach WF-6 F/I
Reel Recommendations: Sage 6080, 4280, 3830CF, Nautilus: NV6/7, Vanquish: V8LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
 

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
5116-4 ONE 5 Fast   $850


6116-4 ONE

Length: 11' 6"   Line:6    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 400, Skagit Short 425, Steelhead Scandi 385, Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #6, Uni-Spey N/A, Standard Outbound for Lakes/Beach WF-7 F/I
Reel Recommendations: Sage 6080, 4280, 3830CF, Nautilus: NV6/7, Vanquish: V8LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
 

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
6116-4 ONE 6 Fast   $850


7116-4 ONE

Length: 11' 6"   Line: 7    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 450, Skagit Short 475, Steelhead Scandi 435, Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #7, Uni-Spey 6/7, Standard Outbound for Lakes/Beach WF-8 F/I
Reel Recommendations: Sage 6080, 4280, 3830CF, Nautilus: NV6/7, Vanquish: V8LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
 

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
7116-4 ONE 7 Fast   $860


8116-4 ONE

Length: 11' 6"   Line: 8    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 500, Skagit Short 525, Steelhead Scandi 480-31', Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #8, Uni-Spey 7/8, Standard Outbound for Lakes/Beach WF-9 F/I
Reel Recommendations: Sage 6080, 4280, 3830CF, Nautilus: NV6/7, Vanquish: V8LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
 

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
8116-4 ONE 4 Fast   $860


5126-4 ONE

Length: 12' 6"   Line: 5    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 375, Skagit Short 425, Steelhead Scandi 310, Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #5,
Uni-Spey N/A
Reel Recommendations: Sage 6080, 4280, 3830CF, Nautilus: NV6/7, Vanquish: V8LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
  6

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
5126-4 ONE 5 Fast A $900


6126-4 ONE

Length: 12' 6"   Line: 6    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 400, Skagit Short 475, Steelhead Scandi 385, Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #6,
Uni-Spey 6/7
Reel Recommendations: Sage 6080, 4280, 3830CF, Nautilus: NV6/7, Vanquish: V8LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
6 1/4

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
6126-4 ONE 6 Fast A $905


7126-4 ONE

Length: 12' 6"   Line: 7    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 500, Skagit Short 525, Steelhead Scandi 480-31', Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #8, Uni-Spey 7/8, Standard Outbound for Lakes/Beach WF-9 F/I
Reel Recommendations: Sage 6080, 4280, 3830CF, Nautilus: NV6/7, Vanquish: V8LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
  6 3/8

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
7126-4 ONE 7 Fast A $915


7136-4 ONE

Length: 13' 6"   Line: 7   Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 525, Skagit Short 575, Steelhead Scandi 480-34', Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #8,
Uni-Spey 7/8
Reel Recommendations: Sage 6010, 4210, 3810CF, Nautilus: NV10/11, Vanquish: V10LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
  7 5/8

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
7136-4 ONE 7 Fast B $960


8126-4 ONE

Length: 12' 6"   Line: 8    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 575, Skagit Short 625, Steelhead Scandi 510, Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #9,
Uni-Spey 8/9
Reel Recommendations:
Sage 6010, 4210, 3810CF, Nautilus: NV10/11, Vanquish: V10LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
  6 5/8

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
8126-4 ONE 8 Fast A $925


8136-4 ONE

Length: 13' 6"   Line: 8    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 550, Skagit Short 575, Steelhead Scandi 510, Scandi Short Veri-Tip  N/A,
Uni-Spey 8/9
Reel Recommendations:
Sage 6010, 4210, 3810CF, Nautilus: NV10/11, Vanquish: V10LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
  7 3/4

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
8136-4 ONE 8 Fast B $960


9140-4 ONE

Length: 14'   Line: 9    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 650, Skagit Short N/A, Steelhead Scandi 550, Scandi Short Veri-Tip  #9,
Uni-Spey 10/11
Reel Recommendations:
Sage 6010, 4210, 3810CF, Nautilus: NV10/11, Vanquish: V10LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
  8 1/8

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
9140-4 ONE 9 Fast C $995


10130-4 ONE

Length: 13'   Line: 10    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 700, Skagit Short N/A, Steelhead Scandi 550, Scandi Short Veri-Tip  N/A,
Uni-Spey 10/11
Reel Recommendations:
Sage 6010, 4210, 3810CF, Nautilus: NV10/11, Vanquish: V10LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
  8 1/4

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
10130-4-4 ONE 10 Fast C $970


10150-4 ONE

Length: 15'   Line: 10    Pieces: 4

Line Recommendations:
Skagit Flight: 750, Skagit Short N/A, AFS 10/11, Uni-Spey 10/11
Reel Recommendations:
Sage 6012, Nautilus: NV11/12, Vanquish: V12LT
Rod weight in Ounces:
9 1/8

Item Series Line Wt. Action Handle Price To Top
10150-4 ONE 4 Fast C $1,025


Sage ONE Two-Hand Rods - Switch and Spey  Blanks
Sage ONE Switch and Spey rods and blanks are available  now in small supply. The initial production will be of limited number available on a first come first served basis. We are extremely confident that this new series will be a winner. Be the first on your water to own one or several.
Sage ONE Two Hand Blanks
2012-4116-4B 4116-4 ONE SWITCH BLANK 4PC 4WT 11' 6" $425
2012-5116-4B 5116-4 ONE SWITCH BLANK 4PC 5WT 11' 6" $425
2012-6116-4B 6116-4 ONE SWITCH BLANK 4PC 6WT 11' 6" $425
2012-7116-4B 7116-4 ONE SWITCH BLANK 4PC 7WT 11' 6" $430
2012-8116-4B 8116-4 ONE SWITCH BLANK 4PC 8WT 11' 6" $430
2012-5126-4B 5126-4 ONE 2HD BLANK 4PC 5WT 12' 6" $450
2012-6126-4B 6126-4 ONE 2HD BLANK 4PC 6WT 12' 6" $452
2012-7126-4B 7126-4 ONE 2HD BLANK 4PC 7WT 12' 6" $457
2012-7136-4B 7136-4 ONE 2HD BLANK 4PC 7WT 13' 6" $475
2012-8126-4B 8126-4 ONE 2HD BLANK 4PC 8WT 12' 6" $462
2012-8136-4B 8136-4 ONE 2HD BLANK 4PC 8WT 13' 6" $480
2012-9140-4B 9140-4 ONE 2HD BLANK 4PC 9WT 14' $497
2012-10130-4B 10130-4 ONE 2HD BLANK 4PC 10WT 13' $485
2012-10150-4B 10150-4 ONE 2HD BLANK 4PC 10WT 15' $512

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