Roll 130 and 136.
I got a wider lens for the Pentacon Six, a Flektogon 50mm f4. It is huge and heavy and takes gorgeous pictures.
However, the f4 widest aperture makes for a pretty dim view finder, focusing is not trivial in poor light.
I visited a local church and took some pictures with the original 80mm lens, the pictures came out surprisingly sharp after being shot on slow ISO 100 Shanghai GP3 film, handheld. But the camera had given me some overlapping frames in the middle of the roll.
That is a bit of a bother, I don’t have the skill to do a CLA to get the mechanism in order myself. Maybe I just get another body, it’s a cheap enough camera.