Kneissl Toms Reach Machine -Muster

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  1. blackfrido

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    Can anyone provide any info about this Kneissl Reach Toms Machine?
    All I know about it; a racquet played by Tomas Muster but nothing about specs or any other player playing this racquet back in those days.
    thanks.
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  2. MichaelChang

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    I think Muster only played it for a short period, then went back to his PT630, painted as a Kneissl.
     
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  3. jayserinos99

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    18x21 string pattern 28". I think Pro_Tour_630 knows a bit more about it.
     
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  4. lemmie

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    I have one of them. Brand new, never been strung so far.
    Let me know if you are interested.

    Thanks, Lemmie
     
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  5. blackfrido

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    thanks Lemmie, one is more than enough.
     
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  7. TonyGeee

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    Lemmie- do you still have Tom's Reach Machine?
     
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  8. kalic

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    I have one, first generation, standard length. Very, very similar to PT630, both in play and feel. Maybe PT630 is just a little more powerful and spinnier. Top quality frame...
     
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  9. lemmie

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    Sorry, sold it some years ago.
    cheers,
    Lemmie
     
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