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I do not remember the location, but for the larger balls, there are some web sites that sell the oriental "relaxation balls" without the bells. They are hollow and I use them for the laod balls. I have had them for 4 years with no rust or tranish spots yet. For the small balls, I use ball bearings.
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I do not remember the location...


Too bad, I had once tried to use the relaxation balls, but they were just too "cheerful" for me to load on the sly...
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