Best Racquet below 85 sq.in.?

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  1. proracketeer

    proracketeer Professional

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    Head Edge-Series? (Premium, Excellent, Graphite)
     
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  2. nickb

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    Dunlop Max 200G....it just fits in the headsize is 84sqin!
     
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  3. shadowrtype

    shadowrtype New User

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    I am curious as to how many good ones under 85 are out there. I think the Graphite Edge is a great one.
     
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  4. movdqa

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    Head Pro is nice.
     
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  5. caesar66

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    I've got a head aluminum edge that is pretty sweet and I think is 84"
     
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  6. KFwinds

    KFwinds Professional

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    My vote also goes to the Head Graphite Edge
     
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  7. ssjkyle31

    ssjkyle31 Semi-Pro

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    Jack Kramer Autograph
     
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  8. YonexDude

    YonexDude Rookie

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    do wooden racquets count?
     
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  9. kreative

    kreative Professional

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    max 200g bar none!
     
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  10. dennis1188

    dennis1188 Semi-Pro

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    Kniessel 'white star' pro and the adidas GTX . Back in the good old days.
     
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  11. goosala

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    Kneissl White Star Pro Master or Adidas GTX. The Adidas was a lot heavier then the Kneissls. I had awesome feel and control with those frames.
     
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  12. retrowagen

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    The Kneissl White Star Pro Master was really demanding, but really effective as a baseliner's racket. I can't believe I played competitive Open play in the 80's with that racket!
    They were fun to use, though. In my opinion, however, the best sub-85 sq-in racket ever made was the Head TXE.
     
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  13. proracketeer

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    Any other sub 85 models with a flex around 62?
     
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