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Old 01-06-2009, 04:41 PM   #1
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RBTA question

I've seen/heard of so many folks who have rbta's that have split. I got a beautiful one from slush in fact.

I now have 2 of them and neither has split....and I've had one for over a year and the other for over 2.

What's the scoop with them? Did I get the slow ones?
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I've heard they will split when stressed or overfed. I'm not too sure on how you can get them to split naturally.
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