THICKEST leather grip

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by krp312, Aug 30, 2007.

  1. krp312

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    What is it?

    If anyone can bring up specs that'd be awesome..


    Much thanks,
    kris
     
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  2. bagung

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    some said is volkl leather
     
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  3. Azrael

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    According to Larry, Volkl wins.
     
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  4. gacu

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    I'm trying to get rid of the leather grip on a Wilson K 90.
    If I replace it with a normal synthetic grip, do you think the handle will get thicker ?
     
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  5. krp312

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    What units are "g"?
     
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  6. gacu

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    g's and Kilo g's are used by Europeans to measure weight.
    Somehow, in their stupidity, they also insist that kids learn them in 4th grade.:grin:
     
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  8. krp312

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    Well if Azrael was talking about grams, then that still doesn't mean that the Volkl is thickest. That number can represent possibly a heavier adhesive component among other things.
     
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  9. gacu

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    I won't have time to work on this handle until I buy another racquet, string another 2 frames etc. For now, I'm not doing anything to it, it's my only K90.
     
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  10. psp2

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    The thickest leather grip I have ever used is Fairway.
     
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