WANTED: Volkl/Head Grip Pallets 4 3/8

Discussion in 'Wanted' started by DX_Psycho, Oct 18, 2005.

  1. DX_Psycho

    DX_Psycho Semi-Pro

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    i'm looking for Volkl and Head grip pallets. or just a place to buy them.

    one of my racquets is deformed or something, but it's shorter by .25, so i need an XL head grip pallet at 4 3/8 to make up for it. i also need a regular 4 3/8 to replace my other racquet which is 4 1/2

    i think there are volkl places aroudn here that sell grip pallets but just in case you have both, i'll take them off your hands.

    info on where to buy them will be helpful too. i can find volkl but not head.

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  2. snoflewis

    snoflewis Guest

    i have a 4 1/4 volkl pallet...do you want to trade for your 4 1/2?
     
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  3. DX_Psycho

    DX_Psycho Semi-Pro

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    no thank you. my 1/2 is a head grip and i need another head pallet to replace it before i will trade it.
     
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  4. altis

    altis Guest

    would you be keen to sell the 4 1/4 volkl pallet? please email bruceleong@yahoo.com
     
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  5. SunDog

    SunDog Rookie

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    there is still one internet retailer that is selling volkl pallets. they are in ohio. you can also get them through a volkl dealer.
     
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  6. Tennissee

    Tennissee Rookie

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    Is this, uh, deformed racquet strung currently? Was it, at one time, not deformed? I have seen several case where racquets would "shrink" due to an unusually high main-to-cross tension ratio. There are several ways to verify this. One is to cut the string and see if the racquet goes back to the correct length, another one is to compare it side-by-side with a non-deformed racquet of same specs. If the .25" difference were in the head (loop) portion, chances are string tension is to blaim.

    The reason you should check this before changing the pallet is so you don't unintentionally end up with a 27.25 racquet.
     
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  7. awebb

    awebb New User

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    You can get Volkl pallets from Eric at Hardcore Tennis. (404) 897-1177.
     
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