Unknown Donnay

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  1. proracketeer

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    Please identify. Opinions?
     
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  2. pshulam

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    The picture is obviously from the auction site. Does the listing include any description?
     
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  3. ericsson

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    It looks like a mid 80's Borg mid, maybe one of the Heritage line, they were quite limited.
     
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  4. vsbabolat

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    The looks like mold same mold from the C.G.X. 25. Am I right?:)
     
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  5. ericsson

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    Yes it probably is.
     
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  6. Tennis Man

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    one thing for sure, it's not a high end racquet, same mold as C.G.X. 25 or Wilson Sting with half cover, glossy finish, made in Taiwan of 100% graphite with epoxy resin, heavy and flexy.
     
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  7. proracketeer

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    Carbomid 25
     
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  8. ericsson

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    Yes sure, didnt recognize it, it's braided graphite and from 1985.



    edit: i found it in my database:

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  9. ericsson

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    Not correct, this is a high end stick, it's thin beamed and braided graphite, not a toy you buy in the supermarket ;-)
     
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  10. Tennis Man

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    To each it's own. I didn't say it's a low-end either. It's simply not near Pro Staff 85. :)
     
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