Wanted: arm friendly OS racket - 4 5/8"

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  1. jimanuel12

    jimanuel12 Semi-Pro

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    wanted arm friendly OS racket - 4 5/8" grip size.
    prince, head, fischer or other known arm friendly rackets.
    would prefer 103 or better - 8 or 9/10 condition.
    I need something 11.0 oz or heavier with a flx rating of around 62 or less.

    contact me at: jimanuel12@yahoo dot com
     
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  2. Steve Huff

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    I have a couple of Head Extreme Teams. These are 4 1/2 grips, but I can resize them up if you'd like. They are nice and flexible, easy on the arm, 107 inch head size. Let me know if you're interested. stmt@comcast.net
     
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  3. jimanuel12

    jimanuel12 Semi-Pro

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    i sent you an email.
    please let me know what the asking price is and pictures would be appreicated.
    thanks
     
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  4. jimanuel12

    jimanuel12 Semi-Pro

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    i am always interested in fischer rackets.
    4 5/8" grip preferred, but maybe can use 4 1/2"
    prefer OS but would look at 98s if pricing is good.
    just let me know.
     
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  5. tennisbody

    tennisbody New User

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    Hi, I have 2 Head Classic Tours ( red burgundy, designed in Austria) , head 102, grip 4 5/8,) $60.00 each or $110.00 for two.
    mremza@wearbest.com
     
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  6. TMR

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    I have a Fox ATP/Bosworth Gold and a Fox ATP/Bosworth Red, both 4 5/8, 9/10 condition, look new, original leather grips, "enclosed" string channel bumper, like a built in CAPS grommet, freshly strung.
    ahanesthesiaa at gmail dot com
     
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  8. PaulMan

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    Babolats are not arm friendly racquets. You can't do much better than finding a POG OS as far as playability and being arm friendly. There are so many out there, I'm sure you can find one for quite a deal. My .02 and good luck!
     
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  9. jimanuel12

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    thank you but these are too light for me.
     
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  11. jimanuel12

    jimanuel12 Semi-Pro

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    i have found a couple of fischers at at good price, so i am fine.
    thanks to all who responded.
    and thanks TW!!!
     
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