Max 200GL???

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  1. Original 6.0

    Original 6.0 Rookie

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    A question for all you Dunlop 200G maniacs: I do own a 200G that states "200G" on the side beam whilst "200GL" on the throat, now... I've always wondered what that GL means, is it maybe the "light" version? If yes, what's the difference in terms of grams between the two?

    Other strange thing, it's made in France, not England. Does this make any sense?

    I hope you can shed some light on that, I've always wondered. Thanks!!!
     
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  2. krp312

    krp312 Rookie

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    I JUST got a MAX 200G... It might be the long version?
     
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  3. Original 6.0

    Original 6.0 Rookie

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    No, no, I mean the very old and "primitive" version, 1982 - 83 stick, the original Steffi Graf - Johnny Mac club...
     
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  4. ffrpg

    ffrpg Professional

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    Yes, there was a French version of the racquet. As for as I know, it is identical to the one made in England. I have no clue what the "GL" stands for.
     
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  5. ilian

    ilian Semi-Pro

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    A French version of the Dunlop MAX 200G? Are you sure about that? Where did you get this information from? I have never heard of that before and I know a lot about this particular racquet... The only factory that had the equipment to produce these frames was in England so I don't see how anybody else could have made it.
     
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  6. psp2

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    The "L" stood for "light". Max200G L was a lighter version.
     
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