2 Head Liquid Metal Radicals 9.5/10 1/4 grip Customized

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  1. pug

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    Hello,

    I have 2 Head liquid metal radicals that I purchased from TW and have played a few hours with each racquet.

    Both are 4 1/4 grip and 9.5 out of 10 condition.

    Both have been polarized with silicone in the handle and lead tape at the tip.

    Both weigh 12.5 ounces.

    Both have Head leather grips installed.

    Both are strung with global gut 16 mains and dunlop comfort 17 in the crosses, at 45 pounds each.

    Both come with factory racquet case.

    $65 each shipped in the U.S. or $120 for both shipped.

    References here and at the auction site.

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  2. pug

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    Email me through my profile if you are interested.

    Thanks.
     
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  3. rqtguy

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    Please explain

    What do you mean by "polarized"?
     
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  4. swedechris

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    Would you be able to ship them overseas if one adds for the additional shipping cost ?
     
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  6. pug

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    rqtguy,

    Polarized as I understand the term, is adding weight at the ends (or poles) of the racquet. So, injecting silicone in the handle, approx. 12 grams or .4 ounces, and adding approx. 12 grams or .4 ounces of lead tape at the tip of the racquet, is a method of customizing that I wanted to try. I think the results are amazing and completely transformed these racquets. I would keep them, but I have been bitten by the Yonex bug.

    swedechris,

    Yes, I will ship world wide if someone wants me to, and as long as they will pay the extra postage. I will only charge exact postage.

    Thank you.

    Jeff
     
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    Jeff,

    Where does one obtain the silicone to inject into the racquets and who makes it?
     
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  8. pug

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    Offers? These racquets play beautifully. Only selling to fund a stringing machine purchase.

    Thank you.
     
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  9. Mdubb23

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    Are they the more recent China, or the older Czech version?
     
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  10. pug

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    These are the China version, bought directly from TW.

    Thank you.
     
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  11. pug

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    These have been sold!

    Thank you Everyone for the interest.

    And a big thank you TW!
     
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