specs head pro tour 630

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  1. eiserner70

    eiserner70 New User

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    does anyone know the specs of head pro tour 630?
    thx
     
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  2. Muffin Man

    Muffin Man New User

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    yeah....am i the only person who hasn't been able to find the specs on usrsa?
     
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  3. Old_Crow

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    I think the USRSA DB start at '97 production models, was the PT630 still a retail model back then?

    From the TW Racquet Finder below for the PT280. However on my PT630 with full caps, static weight is 12.4 and the swingweight is closer to 340...

    Head Pro Tour 280
    Head size: 97 sq. in. / 626 sq. cm. Balance: 6pts Head Light
    Length: 27 inches / 69 cm Swingweight: 327
    Weight: 12oz / 340g Stiffness: 58 (0-100)
    Power Level: Low Construction: 20 mm Constant Beam
    Swing Speed: Fast String Pattern: 18 Mains / 20 Crosses
    Composition: High Twaron and Graphite
     
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  4. samej07

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    hey Old Crow, with a string pattern of 18x20 what are the skips?

    i just bought a pt630/280 off of the bay and it has brand new grommets so i cant look and tell what the skips are.

    thanks!
    Will
     
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  5. OnyxZ28

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    I string mine the same as the i, LM and FP Prestige MP.
     
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  6. Old_Crow

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    Skip 9T, 8H, 10H.

    Same on most of the head MP's with an 18x20 pattern. Works well with gut or a lively multi in my opinion.
     
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  7. samej07

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    thanks alot guys. saves me alot of trouble trying to work it out myself.

    thanks again.
    will
     
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