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Coke cans are wider and are more sturdy where as coke bottles are smaller at the bottom, and are glass, which break easier, so therefore, it needs more traction. Unless you meant the plastic bottles. :] Then I don't know, this was just an assumption. <3

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Q: Why are the bottoms of coke bottles riffled and the bottom of a coke can rounded?
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