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    Default Weber Yelowstone A Mandola

    I do not have it in hand but need to know the body width of a Weber Yellowstone A Mandola. I think it is 11 1/8".

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    Default Re: Weber Yelowstone A Mandola

    Body width is 11 1/8th inches, per their web site:
    https://webermandolins.com/mandolin-...specifications
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    Default Re: Weber Yelowstone A Mandola

    Thanks MB-Octo, I saw that but was afraid it only applied to "F" models.

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    Default Re: Weber Yelowstone A Mandola

    I don't see many of them. Are they scarce or somethjing? How many of you have the A version of Weber's Yellowstone Masndola?

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    Default Re: Weber Yelowstone A Mandola

    I have a Gallatin A and it is 11 1/8.
    I would assume their CNC cuts tops and bottoms for A's the same. Perhaps even the tops and Bottoms for F's are CNC cut the same as the A's.
    Stiver A style Custom Build
    Kentucky KM-950
    Keith Edward Coleman A style, oval hole Mandola
    Weber Gallatin A Mandola "D hole"
    Rogue 100A (current campfire tool)
    Harley Benton A style (grandchildren's learner)

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