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    Hey guys, I have a quick question about the component t-h and the Finaplix-h They both contain the same amount per dose and the same ingredient right! So you could use the component t-h in a kit with a 20 dose pack at 4000mg. Now the million dollar question..Can component be converted just as easily in place of fina or is the binding system(glue) different? Also, could component t-h be just the same result as fina? The component T-h is also a bit cheaper in the run instead of 2 fina carts..?
    Just asking..some info would be helpful..
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    Component-th is fina. A th belt contains 4g's of tren. An h cart contains 2g's of tren. Th can be converted just as easily as h. I use th carts when converting 4g's.
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    I know how much they contain and how much is in each. I was wondering if anybody had done that with compnent t-h. I was basically tring to find out if they did..if it was ok.. and if there were different glue and binders than fina? The conversion is for fina and the component t-h is made by a different company basically using different binders. I was just curious but if you made it and it worked then I guess that answers my question. i have 4grm's to convert so I was wondering if component t-h is ok in place of fina and if the binders or glue as you will are the same?

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    Originally posted by CoachK On Roids
    Component-th is fina. A th belt contains 4g's of tren. An h cart contains 2g's of tren. Th can be converted just as easily as h. I use th carts when converting 4g's.
    CoachK said he uses component-th. No difference that I know of between the two.
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    The only difference between the two is that the th-belt was made for one type of gun and the H-cartridge was made for another...
    But they both have the same exact ingredients in them at the same mg/mg With the belt, you can shoot more cattle without reloading. Twice the nuber of doses.

    So they convert exactly the same.

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    Component TH has fewer binders and glue. It seems to be a cleaner conversion.

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    Originally posted by Shredded
    Component TH has fewer binders and glue.
    Why do you think this?

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    Comp- TH is usually a little cheaper so it's the better choice.
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    Well, I noticed it when I changed from Finaplix to Component TH. I asked 'A' about it and it was his opinion also that there were fewer binders and glue in the Component TH.

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    they are exactly the same I had called the companies of both and they told me almost the exact same about the binders and pressure glue binding. The components are the same also EXCEPT Component T-H has a more strict standard of purity than fina. The fina comp said "its an animal for slaughter product impurities are not a concern" might consider this.. I have..

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