i need ti radicals for cheep

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  1. kolby.mccrady

    kolby.mccrady New User

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    hi my name is kolby and i am looking for ti radicals at a reasonable price in good condition please let me know if anyone has one
     
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  2. plasma

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    oooohhhh...the ti radical is the orange and silver one, I remember...I played with the mp...great crutch ( I mean racquet), have you tried the original yellow bumblebee???, Now THAT'S a great racquet....if anyone has that sacred pic of my queen (Serena) pls post in this very soon to be deleted thread, until then; let's all take massive hits off the McCrady BONG! free love...obama rules....love stinks...bring back the 85
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  3. coyfish

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    Ive got an oversize if your interested. Ive had it for a while but I moved on to a LM radical.
     
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  4. plasma

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    coyfish...please tell us what led to this modern downward spiral????...your ti turned into a malignant lm, sounds fatal...
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    get a grip on yourself man (or woman) ...you are amongst friends, please tell us what else you've been "using"...
     
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  5. coyfish

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    Huh?? Ive had the TI radical for a while but I was actually given my LM as a gift. I wouldn't say its modern . . . itslike 6 years old. I prefer my LM over the radical. Maybe its the oversize vs MP but I have more feel / control with the LM rad. Feels "softer" which I like.
     
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  6. plasma

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    then you might not be a big fan of the bumblebee (original radical). I love it but it can be characterized as stiff. I personally hate stiff racquets too, but the performance of the midplus bumblebee won my heart; the ability to effortlessly level shoulder height balls and drop men much bigger and stronger than I, with this counterpunching weapon, a thin constant beam....mmmm...Radical!!!!
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    sorry no ti, lm, mj, j5 or r2d2 to soften it up, just the original superb head performance and crappy head feel. Over the size and shape of this racquet that 280/600 generation feel (or lack therof) plays better on the radical shape than than the prestige, totally unique, really worth a hit, superb for semi-western stylists...sounds like your a radical junkie!!!
     
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