Help with Jack Kramer Staff 110

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  1. tennis005

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    Just cannot tell for definite, but looks like beginning of a hairline.

    I doubt it will make any difference at all at the moment. Anyway you will be able to tell when a crack is making a difference, as it will be making a difference when you're playing with it, and you'll notice it:shock:

    Until then, I wouldn't worry:)
     
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    I was thinking maybe a scratch from stringing. It's pretty straight for a crack.
     
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    I really hope its not a crack, such a beautiful and well made SV racket...
     
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