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Trilene 100% and 100% XL

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Guys that have used both, from your own experience, is the abrasion resistance the same or less on the XL model? 

 

I know if it aint broke dont fix it, Sniper/Shooter have been great for me, but have been wanting to try this stuff for some time now. 

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If I'm understanding you, you are comparing Trilene 100% which is a fluorocarbon line with Berkley's XL which is a nylon based line? If so, the 100% fluorocarbon should have much better abrasion resistance as XL is their "soft and more manageable" line. There probably isn't a great deal of difference between their 100% fluoro and XT though. 100% seemed like a pretty solid fluoro when I tried it, and I always see people recommending it. Not sure if it would be any better than Sunline though.

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1 hour ago, Team9nine said:

If I'm understanding you, you are comparing Trilene 100% which is a fluorocarbon line with Berkley's XL which is a nylon based line? If so, the 100% fluorocarbon should have much better abrasion resistance as XL is their "soft and more manageable" line. There probably isn't a great deal of difference between their 100% fluoro and XT though. 100% seemed like a pretty solid fluoro when I tried it, and I always see people recommending it. Not sure if it would be any better than Sunline though.

Theres a 100% fluoro and a 100% fluoro xl.

 

stick with sniper/shooter you clown

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37 minutes ago, iabass8 said:

Theres a 100% fluoro and a 100% fluoro xl.

 

stick with sniper/shooter you clown

 

OK, just looked it up to see what they've done. First thought would be what you just posted, stick with the Sunline :) That said, to the OP's question, the XL version should be less abrasion resistant than the original 100% because they invariably had to soften it up somehow to get the nylon-like qualities they espouse.

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