Racket companies that use pallet systems

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  1. treblings

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    hope the title is self-explanatory:)
    i´d like to make a list of all racket brands that use exchangeable grip pallets, and i´d like it to include vintage brands

    Here´s the list:
    - Head
    - Fischer
    - Völkl
    - Boris Becker
    - Donnay
    - Pro Kennex
    - Vantage/Angell


    can anyone add to it? Edit:i´ll add the names to the above list
     
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  2. gonzalocatalino

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    - Head
    - Fischer
    - Völkl
    - Boris Becker
    - Donnay
    - Pro Kennex
     
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  3. treblings

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    thanks, i´ll add those to my list.
    are you talking about the new Donnay line or does that include older rackets as well?
     
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  4. gotwheels

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    treblings, If you are constructing a list of frames that have changeable grip pallets vs a fixed, foam pallet, you will need to be frame specific within the manufacturer. Generally, only a few of a manufacturer's frames have changeable pallets - typically their more player oriented frames.

    An add to your list is Vantage / Angell Sport. I am not sure, but I think all of their frames are based on changeable pallets.
     
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  5. treblings

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    thanks for the info. will add. you´re right, i´m trying to construct such a list.
    obviously it´s much more complicated than i thought, if manufacturers don´t use changeable pallets for all their frames.
    it makes sense though, that they should use it mainly for player frames.
    those are the ones typically who care about changing the grip to be just right
     
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