Question about Volkl Tour 10

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by dbro, Aug 6, 2004.

  1. dbro

    dbro Guest

    Hello, I am interested in the Tour 10 Mid (even tho it is discontinued)....I recently found places that carried it...but i found two sorta different versions...both had 93 inch heads and the cosmetics were the same new cosmetics....however on the upper part of the throat of one on the side it said "quantum" and on the other side it said "volkl"...on the other racket that looked the same, it said "tour" instead of "quantum" but had "volkl" on the other side like the first racket....the rackets look exactly the same except for that part....my question is what is the difference if there is any? Also the tension for the one with quantum was 48-58..
     
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  2. NoBadMojo

    NoBadMojo G.O.A.T.

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    i believe this is just a minour cosmetic change. the earlier t10's had 'quantum' on the lower hoop and the later ones had 'tour'. so if you want the newer frames, i would pick up the ones that said tour. i really think the frames are identical otherwise. ed
     
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  3. Don S

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    Dbro, I have 2 of these frames. One is the old cosmetics with the "Quantum" and the other is the new graphics with the "Tour". Also on the new cosmetic frame, it says "Mid" on the side of the frame's throat under Tour 10. Both of my frames play exactly the same, there's no difference between the two.
     
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  4. Don S

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    btw, the tension is the same for both - 53 +/- 5
     
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  5. wwkchan1

    wwkchan1 New User

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    I have one in 9.5/10 condition and 4 3/8 grip that I'd like to sell. Asking $50 including shipping.
     
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  6. dbro

    dbro Guest

    Hey everyone...thanks alot for the replies...you all are very helpful!
     
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