Fellow n6.1 90 users 4 1/2

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by SFrazeur, Apr 9, 2006.

  1. SFrazeur

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    Gentlemen, (or ladies I suppose) I use grip size 4 3/8. I thought the grip was

    too long so I wanted to bring to down 3 inches but then I looked under the

    grip; the handle contours slightly. I figured that this was to accommodated

    the grip size I was wondering if someone could tell me if on the 4 1/2 size if

    this contour is there?
     
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  2. Michelangelo

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    ??????????
     
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  3. SFrazeur

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    Hey, you think it's hard to understand what I write? Try being me.

    I wish I had a picture i'll have to get one. It maybe tomorrow.
     
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  4. bc-05

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    wat do u mean contour.. wat do u mean by too long?
     
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  5. ch4ng

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    i think i understand what your saying...
    - you want to shorten up your grip, maybe something similar to the lenght of the 6.0 grip rite?
    - most likely the grip size 4 1/2 is the same as yours, i dont think wilson will make certain things on racquets that have different grip sizes
     
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  6. SFrazeur

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    Yes, right.

    I have a picture now

    Can you see the bump then slight concave? Is this on the 4 1/2?


    [​IMG]
     
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  7. bc-05

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    yes i have a 4 1/2 and its the same like that.. cant u cut that yellow thing out anyway?
     
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  8. SFrazeur

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    Thanks, for the answer.

    I am working on trying to cut away some of the palate (palate or pallette?) but the hard film does

    not want to come off easily and I do not want to scratch the paint.
     
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  9. agassi fan

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    i now this thread is very old but what racquet do u use now
     
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  10. SFrazeur

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    Sure. KPS 88. 4-3/8.

    -SF
     
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