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  1. jpdabomb08

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    The Liquidmetal Prestige is also painted too. The throat area looks exactly like the Prestige at the left. Also the ridges are painted.
     
  2. Joe12

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    Is that an Aero Tour?
     
  3. Nadal_Rulz

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    yes it is.interesting to see a volkl cat 10.also,wat is that one to the right of the pog?
     
  4. Joe12

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    Hey... it's not that ugly.
     
  5. Nadal_Rulz

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    what was so bad about the aero toours?
     
  6. gonzalocatalino

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    is something rare...is some kind of wilson (i mean for the pws)? :confused:
     
  7. Nadal_Rulz

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    didnt even realize that.nice catch.is this a personal collection?
     
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    Its the Wilson Ultra 2, a pretty good racquet, that looks like its mint condition, which is pretty rare considering its so old, I'm pretty sure its the first racquet to ever have PWS on it
     
  11. Joe12

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    Hey Lakoste where did u get those paintjob wilsons from.
     
  14. timmyboy

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    i might've posted this already, but, dunlop dline 202 and yamaha fiberglass used by my aunt and dad. the junior racquet that i used about 10 years ago. then, prince power line energy and ti conquest for about 1 year ago. now, yonex rdx 500 mid, wilson pro staff tour 90, and Ti Radical MP.
     
  15. KJapaniarDS

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    My fine weapons. Each is 13oz.+ :mrgreen:
     
  16. Joe12

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    It's totally flat. In the other pic it looks ok though.
     
  17. tennisnoob

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    Sweet! Till date i still regret selling these Yonex babies....
     
  18. Chris_83

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    Hi!

    These are my rackets:
    3x Yonex RDX500 MP
    2x Yomex RD7
    Head Pro Tour 630
    2x Head ti radical MP
    Dunlop 200g
    Yonex v-con15

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  19. gurj_v

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    Welcome to TW chris_83. Great collection mate. Are those RDX's the Mid or the MP's?
     
  20. Redflea

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    His note says "RDX500 MP" :)
     
  21. 300Gkid

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    Whoever posted that TT Warrior, would you suggest it? ANd same too the person with the i.rads
     
  22. Matt H.

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    My lovely HPS 6.1 MP 95 :)
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  25. Nadal_Rulz

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    so its just an OK stick, lol
     
  26. egitserp

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    Matt H what kind of dampeners are you using? and where can i find them? thanks
     
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  28. RiosTheGenius

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    I've gone through just about every Yonex under the sun (within my playing preferences of course .... small frame, on the heavy side, that sort of thing...) and my main stick is still the discontinued RD-ti 50 of which I own three. I don't think I'll ever switch to another racquet and I don't understand why anyone would play with anything else. We should all play with the RD-ti 50, have some cocktails, dance the mambo, and then go naked on the roof. ;)
     
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    ^ Lendl's Adidas sticks get no love? What about the Prince Woodie? Or the Ultra II's?
     
  31. returner

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    my collection

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  32. AlohaCinco

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    My Styx

    Here are the goods:

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    The first 3 are racquets I bought for my fiance. The others are all mine. My favorites are my POGs I've had since I was 12.

    2 Head Flexpoint Tours
    2 POGs
    2 Prince O3 Tours
    1 Babolat Aero Drive (1 more on the way)
    1 Babolat Pure Storm
    2 Babolat Pure Control MP+
    2 Babolat Pure Drive +
    1 Babolat Pure Drive (which is on its way out)
     
  33. baselinebrawler

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    Now that's yummy goodness returner...:D
     
  34. POGO

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    I found some more rackets around the house.
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  35. POGO

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  37. iLuveKetchup

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    Hey POGO. Are your Radical '98s for sale? If so, I'll take em all! :D
     
  38. POGO

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    Hhahah thanks for the offer, but no thanks :). The rad 98s are my favorite radicals of all, as you can see why I have four of them :)
     
  39. Lakoste

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    POGO,

    How do you like the White Star, I havnt seen one in a while, maybe 5 years back.
     
  40. armand

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    POGO, 2 questions please:
    1) How much differently does your Classic Mid play from the 'real' Prestige Classic?
    2) Why did you put that POGO watermark on your photos? What's the point? What are you trying to prevent?
     
  41. POGO

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    ahhhh.....you are a Connoisseur of tennis rackets Lakoste for spotting the Kneissl White Star.

    The White star is a very interesting racket. The sweet spot is tiny and located very low in the stringbed, towards the throat of the racket. It is very flexible around the upper hoop. It actually vibrates literally when you hit it, as if the racket was made of rubber:)

    It has so much flex, a little more than I'm use to. It was my Dad's racket and was given to me.
     
  42. POGO

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    1. Both classic mid and prestige play very similar. I can't tell any difference at all. Both are great rackets.

    2. I put water marks on the pics so everyone will know that the pics were taken by POGO from POGOLAND so I will have credit for the pics when/if someone uses my pics:)
     
  43. iLuveKetchup

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    LOL Well it was worth a shot! I have two MID+s & looking for more. Radical '98 is my holy grail.
     
  44. POGO

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    Good luck finding them, specially the midplus. I have two midplus and two OS versions :)
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  45. Silky Sampras

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    POGO,

    I wonder if one of the four Wilson Pro Staffs you have is a St. Vincent?? The one that says "MIDSIZE." If so, is it in EXACTLY the same mold as the later versions??

    Thanks.
     
  46. Silky Sampras

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    Returner, what a collection!

    I'm going to go out on a limb here, but those are 95s...right??
     
  47. POGO

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    Yes, the one with the "MIDSIZE" is in fact a St. Vincent Model. It is not the same mold as the other three newer models I have. The three newer PS 6.0 85s are Chinees made, one with black buttcap and two with white buttcap similar to the St. Vincent model.

    The St. Vincent is noticeably heavier.
     
  48. armand

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    POGO look at all the great racquets you have! Don't be greedy! I take it your first choice is the RD7 and after that it's POG. Then you got the 85s and the Prestiges and etc! At least sell one of them to the dude!
    POGO, I thought you were a nice person :shock:
     
  49. POGO

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    Hhahhahahaha!!!!! Mine....Mine....All mine!!!!! :) :mrgreen:
     
  50. POGO

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    Here is a closer look at the PS 6.0 85 I have. One is a St. Vincent and the other three are chinees made. There are differences with the Chinese made. One has a black handle and it dosent' say Prostaff 6.0si, but rather Prostaff 6.0.

    Can you tell which one is the St. Vincents?
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