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There are other factors that relate to what is going on here.

The overall weight is just one factor, while the shape of the weight (the actual shape where it meets the roller), and the center of gravity or mass of the weight also makes a difference.

The BD weights are tip heavy, and will make a sled pull on the big end, given every thing else is working correctly. If the belt alignment, track tension, etc.... are even the slightest bit off, it will really show with the tip heavy weights. Some builders are trying to overcome the Diamond Drive with REAL heavy tip weights to force the belt down into the secondary.

There are two fixes, go to lighter weights or take weight off the tip of the weights you allready have.

Me, with my Crossfire, I have had very good luch with Supertips.
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