Replace bumperguard/grommet

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by obnoxious2, Apr 26, 2008.

  1. obnoxious2

    obnoxious2 Semi-Pro

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    Hey, I have a Wilson racquet that's a couple of years old that needs a need grommet. Are all Wilson racquet grommets compatible or do I need to know my exact model? Because I bought my racquet a couple of years ago and I don't remember the name but it was green ncode with 18 by 18 strings. I'm pretty sure the model has already been updated so help anyone?
     
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  2. Zhou

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    I don't think any racket has an 18 by 18 string pattern. Are you sure it isn't an 18 by 19? Because that would make it a nblade OS if I am not mistaken.

    You need the exact model to buy grommets and the ncode line has already been phased out by the Kfactor line.
     
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  3. Nitro

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    That doesn't mean you can't buy grommets for ncode racquets. How can you not know which model racquet you own? Does it not say which model it is on the racquet? I'm guessing that you have an nPro Open, but its impossible to be sure if you aren't.
     
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  4. Zhou

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    You can buy grommets as they are still produced but I mean that he is right when he says the racket line is already updated.
     
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  5. obnoxious2

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    It's a green wilson racquet. Sort of like the npro open except the sides are also light green. It doesn't say which model it is. The specs are that its 10.6 oz, 98 sq in head, 18x18 pattern, 7 pts headlight.
     
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  6. Fatkat

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    time to get a new racquet, let's go of the past. :D
     
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  7. obnoxious2

    obnoxious2 Semi-Pro

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    If it ain't broke, why fix it? Going with the latest fad doesn't guarantee success. Not to mention, I indeed on leading it up. Anyone else might know the model?
     
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  8. Zhou

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    Could you recount because I don't know any racket with an 18x18 string pattern.
     
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  9. Tempyst

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    Just post a picture.
     
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