prince pro stock codes !

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  1. t-swede

    t-swede Rookie

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    can anyonetell me about this code for prince o3 lb TX141A; 7TY73E what a know from asking the guy selling them is unstrung weight 10.9 ounces 27.5 inch .
     
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  2. mgroen

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    Copied from @Automatix :

    Most Prince codes are TX###A or P, the following usually refers to layup.
    A is for retail. P is for Pro Stock.
    The 3 digits refer to the mold.

    Example given: TX141P-100 28" CK6A
    TX141 - O3 MP mold.
    P - pro stock.
    100 - headsize
    28" - length
    CK6A - layup.

    Prince puts the mold code on the spare grommet set (and on retail racquets, at least some of them). If you buy a grommet set for an O3 MP the label will read:
    ENG. CODE: TX141A

    As I wrote above, there are exceptions. The Prince Graphite Classic 100 mold code is TC0-100 or TC0H-100.
     
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  3. 1990's Graphite

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    Only took 4 years to reply to op hahahah but great info thanks, seen a few on the auction site without knowing what the numbers meant
     
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  4. JohnBPittsburgh

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    Lol, just noticed the date of the original post!!
     
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  5. Automatix

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    mgroen didn't write anywhere that it's an O3 White. He wrote O3 MP as in O3 Tour MP, the first port players racquet from Prince, the one used by Davydenko.
     
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  6. JohnBPittsburgh

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    I read the first post wrong, and thought it said O3 White ;) Thank you as always for your clarification :) Hope all is well in Poland and you are getting some court time in with the Dunlop PS!!
     
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  7. Automatix

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    It is I who should be asking is everything going well bro.
    Next Sunday a friend is coming to my part of the woods so I'll get a chance to hit Option 9. Though they have a swingweight around 360 they seem quite manoeuvrable... well, at least when shadow swinging. ;)
     
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    I am all good so far!!! Will let you know how that dynamic changes over the next couple weeks. Staying positive, and getting in a ton of court time in the mean time ;) My 11 and 12's are starting to grow on me, they are the heaviest frames I own. Definitely need to be playing couple times a week to maximize their weight!!! Looking forward to hearing how you like the 9's!!
     
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