FS: Dunlop 4D 300 Tour; 2 Fischer M-Comp 95 - both 4-3/8

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  1. The Ripper

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    Hi Guys!

    Nice rackets for sale:

    Dunlop 4D 300 Tour - 9/10, played very little. Strung with RPM Blast 17 - this is a great racket, lot's of control and easy to hit with.

    $75 including shipping.

    2 Fischer M-Comp 95's - 9/10, played very little. Strung with Signum Pro Poly Plasma, 17 light. Plays beautifully, lot's of control and enough weight to really bomb those serves. You'll enjoy playing with these rackets.

    $75 including shipping - $125 for both including shipping

    Thanks!

    "The Ripper" (check out my positive responses!)
     
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  3. eric72

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    Hello, What is the difference between fischer m comp 95 and Dunlop 200 tour
    Thank you
     
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  6. The Ripper

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    There's a pretty big difference between the Dunlop and the Fischer. The Dunlop is lighter at about 11 oz. where the Fischer is about 12.2 oz. The Dunlop is an 18x20 string bed, versus a 16x19 string bed, so the Fischer would have better topspin potential.

    You might want to look up the stats for each racket and see which one fits your needs. The Dunlop is a "control" racket so it is meant for more baseline hitting rather than the more open Fischer string bed which will give you more power but less precision.

    I hope that helps!
     
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  7. The Ripper

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    Ooopsss! This is the 4D 300 Tour not 200 - sorry!!!

    Dunlop Aerogel 4D 300 (3Hundred) Tour.

    It is not as heavy as the 200 Tour. Sorry for the confusion - just too many numbers! Racket is still available.
     
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  8. Renfrow

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    I am interested in the Dunlop. Please send pictures to gurue@me.com
     
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  9. The Ripper

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    Thanks guys! Dunlop is sold and on it's way to the new owner.

    Fischer's are still available!

    [2 Fischer M-Comp 95's - 4-3/8]

    http://twarren10r@yahoo.com
     
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  10. NickTran

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    Hi, are the fischer's still available?
     
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