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Pakula Paua Series

Paua Round Insert - Lumo® Face - UV2 additives - Softease Soft Polyurethane

Available in Soft UV Polyurethane. 

In 1997 Peter Pakula was the first Lure Manufacturer to make lures from super tough, super clear Polyurethane resulting in the first Softease and Diamond Heads. Part of this system was developing a system using single piece molds to form Trolling Lure Heads. In 2012 we have taken the system further introducing a new form of two part material that is even tougher than than any used previously, plus with new additives in UV code name UV2, Fluorescent and Luminescent (Lumo®) plus others. We have put together the Paua Hothead Range 

The head shapes and sizes are the same as our most successful range to date, the Softease Fangs.

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Pakula Specification Terminology

We've found the normal terminology for skirted lures, hooks and rigs really don't offer you much relevant information so we have come up with our own. 

The usual terminology to describe sizes is the length of the skirt used before it's cut, for example, a twelve-inch lure uses a twelve-inch skirt that when cut may only be 10" long and doesn't give much information to work with.

At Pakula tackle we have come up with the following to help in understanding our products better. Each of our lures has measurements in their specifications on this page giving the following information so you have a better idea of the sizes of the lure, hook and rig sizes.

Name: The name identifies the lure range, IE Paua Mini Jet Sprocket Means: Paua (lure range) Mini (lure size) Jet (the type of lure) Sprocket (lure head shape) Fallen Angel (colour)

Code: The lure code identifies the lure range, size and the colour code added at the end. For example, a lure with the code PDSPJ35 LU has the following information: PD is the code for Paua Softease which are our SOFTease heads. SP is the code for Sprocket. J is code for the type of lure, in this case, a Jet. 35 is the lure size which is a rough guide to the head diameter which indicates the minimum Dojo hook size that should be used to rig the lure. Dojo hooks are sized by their gape in millimetres. So a size 35 head should have a minimum size Dojo hook size 35. Often we recommend using larger hooks especially rigging smaller lures. LU is the colour code, in this case, Lumo®.

Hook Rigs: Our hook rig codes have the following meaning IE size 30/25. The first number, in this case 30, refers to the hook size to use with our lure of around 30mm or less, and the second number refers to our lure size in this case 25 which is based on the skirt length of our size 25 lures.

If the code is a single number IE 40 then it's a size 40 hook for both the head diameter of a size 40 lure head and the length of skirt for a size 40 lure.

Min Class: This is the minimum line class we recommend using to troll the lure. You can certainly use a line class above that but if you use small lures on heavy tackle the lure action may be affected to some degree.

Leader: The leader breaking strain recommendation is the breaking strain that gives the lure maximum action. There is no need to go lighter than the recommendations but you can certainly use a size or two heavier if needed. 

Head Length: As shown in the image below the head length is from the face / front of the lure to where the skirts start.

Head Width: As shown in the image below is measured at the widest part of the lure lure head.

Skirt Size - Cut Length: The skirt size is our skirt size code that is used on the lure. The cut length is the length of the skirt taken from the shoulder of the lure where the skirt starts to the skirts end / tail, as shown in the image below.

Total Length: The total length is the measurement taken from the face of the lure to it's tail.

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Fish Caught on the Pakula Paua Series (add photos)

Pakula Paua Sprockets

Micro Sprocket - Mini Sprocket - Small Sprocket - Sprocket


Position: Long Rigger, Shotgun. Long Corner

Main Colours: Lumo Green, Grasshopper, Quoka, Illusion, Yum Yum

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Pakula Sprockets are simply the most productive lure in every trolling situation, in every ocean of the world, universally used by all successful Pakula trollers. The Sprocket Series is responsible for many milestones in the Pakula lists of major achievements including the Lexus, Compass, Sanctuary Cove six years in straight, the HIBT twice, the three major tournaments in N.S.W, the Golden Lure, The International and Shootout three years in a row, the heaviest marlin in Sydney waters to 1966, plus five straight tournaments on the Gold Coast Blue Marlin grounds, plus countless other tournament and trophy wins worldwide. The Pakula Sprocket is a legend, having been listed in the Marlin Magazine top 10 Lures of all time every time the survey has been done.

The Sprockets are very easy to use as they are virtually automatic. Put them anywhere in the trolling pattern at any normal trolling speed in any normal trolling conditions and they will do the rest! The number of successes on the Sprocket might hide the fact that they also account for a huge number of novice captures in particular "First Marlin" for so many anglers.

Their working action starts as the Sprocket hits the surface to breathe, then dives under the surface with a very tight , long bubble trail with a continuous shimmering swimming action that drives fish crazy. They then swim out of their smoke trail and shoot back to the surface to start the cycle again. Set correctly they should repeat the cycle every five seconds.

Though Pakula Sprockets can be run in any position they are at their best as a long rigger lure, particularly in the our Green Lumo colours have accounted for a great many First Marlin captures, Tournament Wins and the largest fish of the season twice in Cairns. If you are only ever going to take one piece of advice from us then let it be "Run the Lumo Sprocket on the long rigger, and leave it there!" Many of the successes on Pakula Lures are with this lure in this position. It may not catch fish for a while, but when it starts working nothing else will come close. Its tight swimming action works in all conditions at any trolling speed. It is totally irresistible, especially now that the lure comes with the updated Lumo Skirts. Don't leave home without a Lumo Sprocket! In fact you'll more than likely need spares. Anglers have been known to troll a full spread of Lumo Sprockets!

Simply put the Pakula Sprecket works in every game fishing ground in the world for every pelagic. They are the professional's favourite and beginners dream. If you ever have to choose just one lure it should be a Pakula Sprocket!

 Name  Code   Hooks / Rigs  Min Class   Leader  Head Length  Head Width  Skirt Size - Cut Length   Total Length
 Paua Micro Sprocket  PDSP15  Dojo 20 or 25 20/15 25/15  6kg  100lb  30mm - 1.20"  23mm - 0.90"   PS15 - 150mm - 6.00"  180mm - 7.20"
 Paua Mini Sprocket  PDSP25  Dojo 25 25/25  6kg  150lb  37mm - 1.47"  28mm - 1.10"  PS20 - 195mm - 7.75"  232mm - 9.22"
 Paua Medium Sprocket  PDSP35  Dojo 30 30/30  15kg  200lb  45mm - 1.77"  33mm - 1.30"  PS35 - 265mm -10.50"  310mm - 12.27"
 Paua Sprocket  PDSP40  Dojo 40 or 45 40/40 45/40  24kg  400lb  47mm - 1.80"  37mm - 1.50"  PS40 - 324mm - 12.75"  376mm - 14.75"

Pakula Paua Roaches

Micro Cockroach - Cockroach - Mouse - Rat - Wombat

PDRO KS 700x700

Position: Short Corner, Short Rigger and all positions in choppy or rough seas.

Main Colours: Hot Frigate, Black Betty, Billy B, Frigate, Torro, Petrolio, Boomer, Blue Kona, Kona Storm, Violeta

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The range of Pakula Roaches is the short rigger and short corner lure. The action is an aggressive swimming with a wide head shake and great splash when it breathes. It will hug the water at all trolling speeds and will work fine in all weather conditions, including very rough conditions. The Frigate Rat is now the standard lure and teaser in St Thomas and the Bahamas in the colours

The range of Pakula Roaches has earned its place in the pages of game fishing history. They continually appear in tournament wins throughout the game fishing world. Such monumental victories as the 1992 Bisbees Black and Blue where angler, Rowan Henry won $US226,000.00 on a Wasp / Tooro coloured Pakula Rat. The Express coloured Pakula Mouse won Whakatane Tuna Tournament, the largest game fishing tournament in New Zealand and Col Earl caught 16 billfish in one day trolling Cockroaches on his boat “Reef Hunter”.

Pakula Cockroaches combine the best features of both Chuggers and Sprockets, resulting in a very stable lure for rough conditions. After breathing they dive very deep carrying a huge bubble trail, all the while shaking their heads violently. They then leave the bubble trail behind and increase their swimming action back to the surface to start the cycle again. These lures have a very aggressive action below the surface that all game fish find totally irresistible. Their cycle should be worked at least every 5 seconds. The lures in the Roach range will work in any fishable condition at any trolling speed. Their best positions are short corner and short rigger. The Stripy coloured Rat on the short rigger has proven itself as one of the best lures for Striped Marlin. This range of lures is particularly effective in rough seas, even trolling straight into a steep sharp chop, where most fail to perform forcing many frustrated fishermen to head for the dock.

The Cockroach in particular needs a special mention. This little 8.75” lure was the first midget big game fishing lure. It changed the world of Queensland light tackle game fishing by winning some of the most prestigious tournaments such as Trownsville, A.I.B.T., Hamilton three years in a row and trophies such as Champion Female five years straight, as with the Gold Coast January Tournament and is now part of every successful boat’s trolling kit. The success of the Pakula Cockroaches has also encompassed medium and heavy tackle winning tournaments in Fiji, New Zealand, Mexico, Papua New Guinea plus many more.

The true worth of the whole range of Pakula Roaches can only be appreciated by seeing their own characteristic action that is quite unique and experience the success known by so many that have tried them. They just keep on trucking and catching long after the others have given up.

 Name  Code   Hooks / Rigs  Min Class  Leader  Head Length  Head Width  Skirt Size - Cut Length   Total Length
 Paua Micro Cockroach  PDRO15  Dojo 20 or 25 20/15 25/15  6kg  100lb  22mm  - 0.90 "  22mm - 0.90"   PS15 - 150mm - 6.00"  172mm - 6.90"
 Paua Cockroach  PDRO25  Dojo 25 25/25  8kg  150lb  27mm - 1.10"  27mm - 1.10"  PS20 - 195mm - 7.75"  222mm - 8.85"
 Paua Mouse  PDRO35  Dojo 30 30/30  15kg  200lb  37mm - 1.47"  36mm - 1.40"  PS35 - 265mm -10.50"  302mm - 11.97"
 Paua Rat  PDRO40  Dojo 40 or 45 40/40 45/40  24kg  400lb  41mm - 1.60"  46mm - 1.82"  PS40 - 324mm - 12.75"  365mm - 14.35"
Paua Wombat  PDRO55  Dojo 45 or 50 45/55 50/55   37kg  400lb  53mm - 2.10"  57mm - 2.25"  PS55 - 360mm - 14.00"  413mm - 16.10"

Pakula Paua Longshots

Zipper - Phantom - Guru - Bagwan - Smoking Jo

LS BH 700x700

Position: Long Corner, Shotgun
Main Colours: Fallen Angel, Evil Angel, Brad J, Blue Hawaii, Blue Crystal MT

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The range of Pakula Longshots, introduced in August 1993, is one of the new breed of lures specifically designed to address a number of situations encountered by both novices and experts alike while maintaining the expected Pakula success rates.

The long profile gives great stability in all conditions. Due to their slim profile a larger lure can be used on lighter line classes. Longshots work within a large range of effective trolling speeds from as slow as five and up to twelve knots. This low end speed allows these lures to be successfully trolled alongside rigged dead baits. Due to the balance of these lures they are excellent in the calmest of conditions plus still work great in the rough stuff.

Pakula Longshots will work perfectly at the distance of long trolling positions using flat lines which is great for boats that do not have outriggers or centre riggers, as is the case with many small boats. Though these lures are specifically designed for use in long positions, you will find that they will all work very well in any normal trolling position.

The action of these lures is a very tight swimming action and head shake. The bubble trail is very long and concentrated. Longshots are straight runners as are all Pakula Lures with these running the shallowest, diving to just under the surface after breathing. They are working their best when they breathe every five seconds.

The initial successes of these lures are quite spectacular. In Cairns waters the Longshot was the most productive lure for the heavy tackle Black Marlin season on “Reef Hunter”. In Kona, Hawaii, “Layla” raised seven Blue Marlon on Pakula Longshots the first morning he used them! Since their introduction they have succeeded throughout the world. In New Zealand the Kona Smoking Jo accounted for eleven Striped Marlin in one day.

Richard B. Richardson of Texas used the Smoking Jo to place second in the World Billfish Series in 1994, and his main lure in winning the World Billfish Series in 1995.

The little Zipper has taken its place as the ultimate Sailfish and Light Tackle Marlin lure winning many tournaments throughout the Pacific.

 Name  Code   Hooks / Rigs  Min Class  Leader  Head Length  Head Width  Skirt Size - Cut Length   Total Length
 Paua Zipper  PDLS15  Dojo 20 or 25 20/15 25/15  6kg  100lb  44mm  - 1.70 "  22mm - 0.86"   PS15 - 150mm - 6.00"  194mm - 7.70"
 Paua Phantom  PDLS25  Dojo 25 25/25  8kg  150lb  48mm - 1.90"  28mm - 1.10"  PS20 - 195mm - 7.75"  243mm - 9.65"
 Paua Guru  PDLS35  Dojo 30 30/30  15kg  200lb  61mm - 2.40"  34mm - 1.30"  PS35 - 265mm -10.50"  326mm - 12.90"
 Paua Bagwan  PDLS40  Dojo 40 or 45 40/40 45/40  24kg  400lb  65mm - 2.50"  44mm - 1.70"  PS40 - 324mm - 12.75"  389mm - 15.25"
Paua Smoking Jo  PDLS55  Dojo 45 or 50 45/55 50/55   37kg  400lb  81mm - 3.20"  50mm - 1.90"  PS55 - 360mm - 14.00"  441mm - 17.20"

Pakula Paua Shortshots



 Hornet - Shaker - Pacemaker

SS PT 700x700

Position: Short Corner, Short Rigger
Main Colours: Black Betty, Black Betty, Frigate, Hot Frigate, Bruiser, Violeta. Stripey

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The introduction of Pakula Shortshots was the revolutionary Mosquito in April 1992, the smallest “Big Fish” lure ever. Its success was hot on the heels of the first small “Big Fish” lure the Cockroach. Both these lures are the mark by which all other lures are assessed in worldwide light tackle game fishing.

The remainder of the range of Pakula Shortshots was released in August 1993. This family of lures is actually one of the oldest, used long before Pakula Lures were generally available. The heads are based on the original Pakula Pixies, Short Chuggers, Beer Barrels and Semi Satellites. It is because of continued success and demand that they have once again become part of the Pakula Lure collection. With the development of skirt colours and combinations these lures have improved on their already formidable reputation.

The short stubby profile and specific shape gives Pakula Shortshots incdredible stability in all conditions. The medium and large sizes are particularly effective in very rough and windy conditions where the extra drag created keeps them in position lessening worries about lures blowing out and tangling.

Pakula Shortshots work within a large range of trolling speeds with a leaning towards the faster end of the scale from eight to a very fast twenty knots in moderate conditions. The action is very active, incorporating a heavy head shaking swimming action with an aggressive bloop as the lure hits  the surface to breathe, The lure then dives deep to dispel trapped air in a large mass of foaming bubbles and turbulence. These lures work well in all positions particularly in the very difficult close positions with great ease of placement. The “Mosquito” can be placed with confidence in any position.

Each of the Pakula Shortshots has proven to be successful tournament and trophy winners. The “Pacemaker” is named after Len Brook’s boat “Pacemaker” as this lure was his “Secret Weapon” used to catch some of the fish that gained him the title of Australia’s Champion Marlin Angler for the two years 1991 and 1992. The little “Mosquito” has won many tournaments all over the Pacific Basin.

Though these lures are not as “automatic” as other Pakula Lures, if you can’t get a lure to stay in the water, try a Shortshot. I’m sure you’ll find the results will impress you.

 Name  Code   Hooks / Rigs  Min Class   Leader  Head Length  Head Width  Skirt Size - Cut Length   Total Length
 Paua Mosquito  PDLC15  Dojo 20 or 25 20/15 25/15  6kg  100lb  27mm  - 1.10 "  24mm - 0.90"   PS15 - 150mm - 6.00"  177mm - 7.10"
 Paua Hornet  PDSS25  Dojo 25 25/25  8kg  150lb  24mm - 0.95"  30mm - 1.17"  PS20 - 195mm - 7.75"  219mm - 8.70"
 Paua Shaker  PDSS35  Dojo 30 30/30  15kg  200lb  30mm - 1.20"  37mm - 1.50"  PS35 - 265mm -10.50"  295mm - 11.70"
 Paua Pacemaker  PDSS40  Dojo 40 or 45 40/40 45/40  24kg  400lb  42mm - 1.65"  48mm - 1.90"  PS40 - 324mm - 12.75"  366mm - 14.40"

Pakula Paua Sliced Straight Runners

Yank 15 - Yank 25 - Yank 35 - Yank 40


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This is a remake of the Pakula Yank that was produced in the mid 1980's and was part of the original range of Pakula lures that were sold. It's an incredibly easy to run sliced head lure tweaked for choppy conditions and large swells that are often encountered in offshore fisheries.

The Pakula Yank has had incredible results on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland with many consecutive Blue Marlin on the Yank 40 in the colour Fuzz. An Evil Yank 40 clicked the NSW Interclub for the Sydney Game Fishing Club.

The range of Yanks was finally extended with sizes 15, 25 and 35 added to the range in August 2018.

Position: Short Corner, Short Rigger
Main Colours: Black Betty, Black Betty, Frigate, Hot Frigate, Bruiser, Violeta. Stripey, Fuzz

 Name  Code   Hooks / Rigs  Min Class   Leader  Head Length  Head Width  Skirt Size - Cut Length   Total Length
 Paua Yank 15  PDYA15  Dojo 20 or 25 20/15 25/15  6kg  100lb  23mm  - 0.90 "  19mm  - 0.75"   PS15 - 150mm - 6.00"  173mm - 6.90"
 Paua Yank 25  PDYA25  Dojo 25 25/25  8kg  150lb  30mm - 1.20"  25mm - 1.00"  PS20 - 195mm - 7.75"  225mm - 9.95"
 Paua Yank 35  PDYA35  Dojo 30 30/30  15kg  200lb  40mm - 1.60"  31mm - 1.22"  PS35 - 265mm -10.50"  305mm - 12.10"
 Paua Yank 40  PDYA40  Dojo 40 or 45 40/40 45/40  24kg  400lb  52mm - 2.10"  42mm - 1.60"  PS40 - 324mm - 12.75"  378mm - 14.85"

Pakula Paua Sliced Changa Locknuts

Changa 15 - Changa 25 - Changa 35 - Changa 40

PCL LA 700x700

Position: Long Corner, , Long Rigger, Shotgun
Main Colours: Fallen Angel, Evil Angel, Brad J, Blue Hawaii, Blue Crystal MT

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Cpt Jack Ross of Hawaii showed the lures he made to Peter Pakula in 1988. On seeing this classical Locknut run on the Shotgun Peter Pakula commented that it was the best looking sliced head he'd seen and that he wouldn't bet against it. Cpt Ross gave Peter the rights to reproduce this lure which he did under the Pakula Pirate series in 1988-93.We are very happy to include this version of this spectacular lure in the Pakula Paua range.

The Smaller sizes were introduced in 2016 and has met with great results in Cabo and West Coast USA.

 Name  Code   Hooks / Rigs  Min Class   Leader  Head Length  Head Width  Skirt Size - Cut Length   Total Length
 Paua Changa 15  PDCL15  Dojo 25 25/15  6kg  100lb  46mm  - 1.80 "  22mm  - 0.86"   PS15 - 150mm - 6.00"  196mm - 7.80"
 Paua Changa 25  PDLA25  Dojo 25 25/25  8kg  150lb  52mm -  2.00"  27mm - 1.10"  PS20 - 195mm - 7.75"  247mm - 9.75"
 Paua Changa 35  PDLA35  Dojo 30 30/30  15kg  200lb  68mm - 2.70"  40mm - 1.60"  PS35 - 265mm -10.50"  333mm - 13.20"
 Paua Changa 40  PDLC40  Dojo 40 40/40  24kg  400lb  78mm - 3.00"  42mm - 1.60"  PS40 - 324mm - 12.75"  402mm - 15.75"

Paua Beer Guts

Needy - Stubby - Medium Beer Gut - Beer Gut


Position: Any Position - Shotgun
Main Colours: Mainly Pink combinations and Blue Combimations

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Due to demand the Beer Guts are back in production as part of the Paua Range. They are separated from the rest of the range as they are out on their own as the easiest of all Pakula Lures to run, which probably makes them the easiest lures to use there is! They will work well in all positions at normal trolling speeds in sea conditions from mirror calm to gales.

They have a straight running tight swimming action with a long narrow smoke trail enhancing its slender bait fish profile when run in the middle of all the froth and turbulence of the prop wash. These lures have stood the test of time as the original Beer Guts were produced in the early ‘80’s. As with all current models the shapes have been refined to offer you the ultimate lure in this shape. Try running one off a flat line right down the middle of the spread, right at the tail of the prop wash. 

Over Recent years the Beer Gut has gained a great reputation as the teaser lure of choice by Dean Butler on his boat the Blue Dog teasing for record billfish on fly.

 Name  Code   Hooks / Rigs  Min Class   Leader  Head Length  Head Width  Skirt Size - Cut Length   Total Length
 Paua Needy  PDBG15  Dojo 25 25/15  6kg  100lb  46mm  - 1.40 "  25mm  - 1.00"   PS15 - 150mm - 6.00"  185mm - 7.40"
 Paua Stubby  PDBG25  Dojo 25 25/25  8kg  150lb  44mm -  1.70"  31mm - 1.20"  PS20 - 195mm - 7.75"  239mm - 9.45"
 Paua Med Beer Gut  PDBG35  Dojo 30 30/30  15kg  200lb  55mm - 2.15"  36mm - 1.40"  PS35 - 265mm -10.50"  320mm - 12.65"
 Paua Beer Gut  PDBG40  Dojo 40 40/40  24kg  400lb  65mm - 2.60"  44mm - 1.70"  PS40 - 324mm - 12.75"  389mm - 15.35"

Paua Long Chuggers

Patriot - Chatterbox

LC KA 700x700

Position: Short Corner, Short Rigger or any position in rough choppy conditions.
Main Colours: Brad J, Black Betty, Bruiser, Torro, Petrolio, Hot Frigate, Billy B

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The Long Chuggers are the most recent addition to the Pakula range of tournament lures. Though they may seem new, they are in fact the first lures Peter Pakula ever designed and made for his own use in his tournament campaigns around Sydney, Australia.

It was this set of lures that explored the cobalt currents which flow wide off the coast in search of the Blue Marlin that the area now takes for granted. This time of exploration was very exciting, resulting in many of the trolling techniques used today.

Unlike all other Pakula Lures, these lures are not for novices. They are deadly weapons in the hands of those who know how to get the best out of lures with regards to position and speed. They work best in the lower half of pressure waves at hunting speeds of eight knots and over. Long Chuggers work well in all conditions, especially in rough and choppy seas.

Their action is quite variable from a tight shimmer to an aggressive head rattle. By watching your rod tip you will actually see it load up as the lure digs deep below the wash. It then releases pressure as it actually accelerates back to just under the surface (when a lure does this it is known as “black rippling”) where it loads up again before exploding on the surface, grabbing maximum air before smoking back to the depths. When run correctly this is a remarkable range of lures. Keep in mind that they must be tuned correctly to achieve maximum benefit from the lures design.

This set of lures is where the reputation of the name Pakula all began, from where all other Pakula Lures were developed and game fishing on the mid East Australian coast centred around Sydney was at its most competitive.

Get accustomed to these lures in the short trolling positions before trying them in other positions. On many occasions these lures have caught many fish in these positions for boats that have never had any success on their short lures.

The action of the Long Chuggers is so aggressive that the use of Pakula Shackle Rigs is highly recommended, as normal rigging will fatigue very quickly.

 Name  Code   Hooks / Rigs  Min Class   Leader  Head Length  Head Width  Skirt Size - Cut Length   Total Length
 Paua Patriot  PDLC35  Dojo 30 30/30  15kg  200lb  53mm - 2.10"  37mm - 1.50"  PS35 - 265mm -10.50"  318mm - 12.60"
 Paua Chatterbox  PDLC40  Dojo 40 40/40  24kg  400lb  66mm - 3.60"  47mm - 1.90"  PS40 - 324mm - 12.75"  390mm - 15.35"
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