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Just got an MXT
Posted by: azdigger
Date: September 03, 2017 06:50AM
I just bought an MXT with 2 extra coils , I got this machine for coins as I have a Gold Bug , Eureka Gold and the New Minelab Gold Monster 2000.
I plan on hunting tot lots and such , maybe a few old home sights.
I live in AZ , Close to the Kingman area.
Any tips would be helpful.
Thanks
Rick

Re: Just got an MXT
Posted by: kozman4907
Date: September 03, 2017 12:43PM
run it with 950 coil and she will find the goodies! If the area is real trashy the 5.3 coil rocks.

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Re: Just got an MXT
Posted by: Nancy-IL
Date: September 04, 2017 08:07AM
Congratulations on your MXT purchase. I agree with kozman with using the two coils. HH, Nancy



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Re: Just got an MXT
Posted by: azdigger
Date: September 04, 2017 09:48AM
I should have mentioned the coils that cam with it are stock , 6x10DD and round 10"DD.
I want to use this mostly for the local tot lots.

Re: Just got an MXT
Posted by: DW-OR
Date: September 04, 2017 10:07AM
The 5.3 would be your best bet for tot lot hunting. GL and HH :thumbup:

Re: Just got an MXT
Posted by: JEF
Date: September 04, 2017 11:18AM
I prefer the 9" spider coil over the 9.5 coil, as it is a little bit lighter in weight, and performs the same as the 9.5.



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Re: Just got an MXT
Posted by: Wayfarer
Date: September 04, 2017 01:29PM
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JEF
I prefer the 9" spider coil over the 9.5 coil, as it is a little bit lighter in weight, and performs the same as the 9.5.

Me too for the same reasons JEF said. I've heard that the inside coil windings are the same between both, it's just the outer housing that is different. It does seem to perform the same and the 9" spider is noticeably lighter and handier. It balances perfectly on the MXT.



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