View Full Version : FS/FT: Tecnifibre TF335 (18x20) 4-3/8"

01-13-2007, 07:49 AM
I have a very slightly used (9+/10) Tecnifibre T-Fight 335 in the 18x20 pattern that I'm looking to trade for another T-Fight 335 in the 16x20 pattern.

Very minor scratches on the head grommet strip (normal wear), no paint defects worth noting (only a couple of surface scratches at the head where it touched the ground when setting down the racquet on the court), and it comes with a replacement grommet strip. Strung (two-piece) with Tecnifibre X-1 Biphase 17 gauge at 60 lb. mains and 58 lb. crosses. Absolutely ZERO wear on the grip, as I always used an overgrip with this racquet.

If you have a new or nearly new racquet that you'd like to trade, please let me know. I will also consider selling the racquet outright for $115 shipped. Bear in mind that the strings alone cost around $15 and are virtually new.

I can furnish pictures upon request. Please email me at snurple(at)hotmail(dot)com if interested.


01-13-2007, 03:13 PM
Hello...I too use the TF335 in 18x20...I have an almost new Volkl DNX-10 Mid in 4 3/8....trade even up if agreeable...I understand of course if you only want a TF335 in 16 x 20...

by the way...I use NRG17...does X1 play alot better???


01-14-2007, 05:24 PM
Sorry, I'm working on a trade right now for a 16x20 and am really only interested in the 16x20 or selling the racquet outright.

I've used NRG2, but X-1 plays a lot more powerfully and has a softer feel. It is the most comfortable multi I've ever used. Spin generation is just about equal. Tension loss is a bit wierd with the X-1 if you don't prestretch it. Because if you don't, you have to wait a few hours for the strings to soften up and then the power will come up quickly. In this frame, I would think the X-1 would be more suitable.

01-15-2007, 11:44 PM
Thanks for the info on the X-1...understand that it should be pre-stretched....at what tension do you use???

I still have the Volkl DNX-10 Mid if you reconsider...good luck.