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    Is this what you are talking about?

    I have the RB67 Pro-S Mamiya repair manual in front of me and the only parts difference between the 120 vs 220 backs that are different are part #s aRSH6493 vs bRSH6993 / aRSH6484K3 vs bRSH6984K3 / aRHS6491 vs bRSH6991. Do see where they are in the exloded views? How does this influence the 120 vs 220?

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    Paul ron, this is not an aurgument, I have my experiance and you have yours. that all, I have worked on pleanty of them that have had problems.

    It was something I was taught in school when learning and have experianced it over the years, if you have not, that is fine.

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    HI
    Dose that go for any camera, I have a KIOWA 6 and over the weekend shot two rolls of 120 as 220, it did not feel any deferent from start to finish then 120 film. the KIOWA dose not have a changable back,only a pressure plate would that make any deferents.
    thanks

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    The Kiowa 6 has a back designed to use either type film as does many different medium format cameras, On my Bronica S series film backs, I have to flip a switch which changes the pressure plate tension to allow either type of film.

    Dave Parker
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