Ps 6.0 85

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  1. aqgardezi

    aqgardezi New User

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    Hi,

    I today bought 2 wilson prostaff 6.0 85 but i dont know where its made. The butt cap says following.

    BSO
    OPA

    Also i dont know the grip size of both so how i check the grip size. Thanks.
     
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  2. Starwind

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    Aren't they being made in China right now?
     
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  3. snoflewis

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    im assuming it's used? if the paintjob is just like the one on the TW page, chances are that it's a China model. if it's older, it could be a Chicago. im not sure about the pj on the taiwan..so someone else would have to confirm.

    as for the gripsize, get a tape measure and just measure the middle of the handle w/ the replacement grip on it (no overgrips or heatshrink sleeves)
     
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  4. aqgardezi

    aqgardezi New User

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    thanks folks well the print on it is not like the latest but its written midsize on one side. also i has white buttcap. Thanks.
     
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  5. BSO is probably BSQ, a St. Vincent code. Is the frame bumperless?

    OPA, how do the frame cosmetics differ/compare with the other frame? What's found inside of the throat?
     
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  6. aqgardezi

    aqgardezi New User

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    First thanks a lot. Well frame is not bumperless but i think maybe the user put on bumper later. Well cosmetic is almost same whatever written on one is also written on other. Also i today looked at it carefully n its say QPA n other says BSQ. So now u ppl help me confirm where r they made from. I actuallu might sell both to get chinese version as its more flexible then older ones. Plz advice thanks.
     
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  7. To help confirm, it would help if you divulged what is on the inside-throats: stickers, no stickers, what recommended tension ranges are. Did you find the grip sizes yet? By the way, China frames are different from St. Vincent, but I didn't think they were that much more flexible if at all, just have different feel. St. Vincent are also more valuable.
     
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  8. aqgardezi

    aqgardezi New User

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    Inside throat on one side its written about PWS n what it do etc. n on the other side the tension recommended is 50-60 pounds. Ok what if i get 2 chinese for my QPA ps 85 as its grip size is too big for me. its 4 5/8. Thanks.
     
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