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Bonjour ,

je suis un peu surpris et un peu inquiet......j'utilise régulièrement du Semi-Flex.

Jusqu'à maintenant, je trouvais facilement chez un revendeur bien connu différentes couleurs (Rouge vert orange....) mais aujourd'hui il me semble qu'à part noir ou blanc.....c'est un peu terminé !

Vous avez des infos ? d'autres adresses ?

Merci

Bonne journée à toutes et tous.

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Merci Duriel

Mais moi je ne vois pas.....par exemple la réf 3DSF051290 NinjaflexSemiFlex.....en 3mm....même sur Amazone je suis tombé sur une boutique qui ne livre pas la France....bizarre tout de même.

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Merci à tous....oui en noir ou blanc on trouve encore.....mais en vert ou autre....bof bof....j'ai fais un test avec du Filaflex jaune 95A....c'est nickel....très très proche du semi flex 98A.....alors je fais avec c'est parfait !

Bonne soirée

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