Wilson Sting buttcap code help.

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  1. tennis005

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    Wondering if anyone can shed some light on what LJW stands for? The racket is a Sting Midsize. The position of the code was a little interesting to me because it is below the W not above as many Chinese made rackets are. Thanks
     
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  2. Tennis Man

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    It has no significance whatsoever. All you need to know is that it's made in Taiwan like most of Wilson racquets of that period.
     
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    The only early graphite frames that people care about where they were manufactured are the Wilson Pro Staff, especially the Midsize, the Jack Kramer Staff, again in the mid, the Ultra and Ultra II, and perhaps the first Wilson Profiles.
     
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