quick question?????

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by antgun007, Mar 12, 2009.

  1. antgun007

    antgun007 Rookie

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    Is it at all possible to downsize a grip from a 3/8 to a 1/4? If so, how do I do it? What grips should I use do accomplish a smaller feel?
     
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  2. ckledzepplin

    ckledzepplin Semi-Pro

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    try just using 2 over grips instead of a replacement grip
     
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  3. antgun007

    antgun007 Rookie

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    thanks ckledzepplin, sorry about the post, I put it in the wrong area.

    By the way, Led Zepplin rules all!!
     
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  4. furyoku_tennis

    furyoku_tennis Hall of Fame

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    you can take it to your local pro shop and they can shave the grip down for you.
     
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  5. antgun007

    antgun007 Rookie

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    Really furyoku? I never heard of that. how much might this cost me? That's awesome, I was going to do the 2 over grips, but i know thats not that comfortable. You help me out so much furyoku. dont know what I would do without you.
     
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  6. fuzz nation

    fuzz nation Legend

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    LaserFibre has a replacement grip that's thin enough for you to put an overgrip over it and get the same grip size as with a typical thicker replacement grip. I think it's called a "reducer".
     
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  7. furyoku_tennis

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    :) you're welcome. glad i could be of help. as for the cost, it varies from shop to shop, it should be about $10.
     
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