Calling All Pro X1 Users

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Coria, May 14, 2005.

  1. Coria

    Coria Banned

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    Please somebody help. I cannot find where to get the Pro Plus premium quality grip used on the Slazenger Pro X1. Where can I buy this? Thanks a bunch.
     
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  2. Coria

    Coria Banned

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    Not one person?
     
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  3. NoBadMojo

    NoBadMojo G.O.A.T.

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    Coria I think the guy to answer this might be Paul (RacquetDesign) who is the Vantage guy formerly with Slazenger/Dunlop. Maybe he will step up to the plate.
     
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  4. gd!

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    Aren't there numerous contour grips available? Imo Dunlop, Prince, Babolat and others are offering this kind of grip.

    Btw, I will get one those days and WILL change grip against a Babolat Natural Grip, indeed :D

    gd!
     
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  5. Fuzzless

    Fuzzless Rookie

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    I thought IMO meant "in my opinion"? :confused:
     
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  6. Racketdesign

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    Because Slazenger was the smaller brand within the Dunlop Slazenger group, there was no range of accesories for the Slazenger racquets. Im not aware of anywhere that might be able to help. Sorry
     
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  7. 007

    007 Professional

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    does anyone know the official website where the X1 is promoted?
     
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  8. A Defenseless Creature

    A Defenseless Creature Semi-Pro

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    I think any of the contour grips will work. Gamma and Prince make nice contour replacement grips. Give them a look.
     
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  9. Lilhac16

    Lilhac16 New User

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    i got a tip.... buy a package of tournagrips...use a little glue stick to glue two of them together...wow...its a ribbed overgrip.
     
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