how to contact wilson about identifying butt-cap codes?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by bcpursel, Aug 14, 2007.

  1. bcpursel

    bcpursel Guest

    i tried to email wilson (Wilson Racquet <racquet@wilson.com>) for telling me when various racquets including Graphite Matrix, Sting Midsize, and Prostaff 6.0 were manufactured and got back a reply that said:

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    Response (name of employee) - 08/14/2007 02:06 PM
    This information is no longer available.

    anyone know how to get these codes identified?
    am i sending it to the right place?

    heard a lot of info about being able to learn where racquets were made, and i was unsure of if that ONLY applied to the Prostaff.

    let me know if you have any insights.
    thanks!

    in any case, here are the codes if anyone else can help.

    Prostaff 6.0 85 sq in
    black butt caps with the red square and W logo:

    GFW
    GDY
    GCY
    GCR

    wilson graphite matrix (black racquet) with white butt caps and codes:

    DKU
    DJO


    2 wilson sting midsize with codes:

    LHZ
    LJX


    2 wilson sting oversize with codes:

    SKS (white cap)
    FPQ (black cap)
     
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  2. Chiba-San

    Chiba-San New User

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    want to know too bumpppp
     
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  3. psp2

    psp2 Banned

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    AFAIK........

    Prostaff 6.0 85 sq in
    black butt caps with the red square and W logo:

    GFW
    GDY
    GCY
    GCR

    ...are all China codes.

    wilson graphite matrix (black racquet) with white butt caps and codes:

    DKU
    DJO

    ...don't know about the "D" starting codes.

    2 wilson sting midsize with codes:

    LHZ
    LJX

    ...most likely Taiwan codes.

    2 wilson sting oversize with codes:

    SKS (white cap)
    FPQ (black cap)[/QUOTE]

    "S" code is definitely Taiwan. FPQ is SV.

    Hope this helps.
     
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