Wilson Tour 95

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  1. chancep2120

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    Looking for a Wilson Tour 95, 3/8 - 1/2 grip. Good condition. Lots to trade from, check out my signature.

    Email me if you have one.

    systemboy2120@yahoo.com
     
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  2. Tennissee

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    Let me know if you're interested in a Pro's Pro Triton X1, which is a clone of PS 6.0 95.
     
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  3. chancep2120

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    Thanks but I'm gunna pass on that. I'm looking for a Wilson Tour 95, it's the midplus version of a Wilson Tour 90.
     
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  4. JerrYMeeE

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    I don't have one, but which version?
    Just to ask for others who would want to know.
     
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  5. chancep2120

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    Wilson Tour 95. It's 95 sq inches.
     
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  8. chancep2120

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    Have you guys ever heard of a Tour 90? Yes, I know you have. It's the 95 sq inch version of the TOUR 90. 16 x 19 string pattern. I don't understand what's so confusing. That is what the racquet is called.
     
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    its black with yellow inside the hoop.
     
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  10. Tennissee

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    I think people who asked for clarification kind of have a point. If you go to TW's Request Finder and type "Tour 95" and click off the "Current Model Only" option, you'll get the following:
    1. Wilson nTour 95 (16x20)
    2. Wilson ProStaff Tour 95 (18x20*)
    3. Wilson H Tour 95 (16x20)
    4. Wilson Hyper ProStaff 6.0 Tour 95 (16x18 )
    5. Yonex Super RD Tour 95 (16x19)
    * according to Racquet Finder

    The only one of them that has 16x19 string pattern is (surprise!) the Yonex. Turns out the string pattern info for Item 2 was incorrect on this site ...

    I do know which racquet you're referring to when you say Tour 95. But not everyone is an old fart like me ...
     
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  11. JerrYMeeE

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    I'm just going to assume you are talking about a Wilson ProStaff Tour 95.

    [​IMG]

    Except it has a rounded straight beam as opposed to a flat one.
     
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  12. chancep2120

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    yes that is correct
     
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  13. JerrYMeeE

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    well, to cut down on confusion, make sure you find out which version of the racquet it is.

    good luck finding!
     
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  14. chancep2120

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    I knew what version it was, nobody else did because i left out the prostaff part. Everybody was thinking so far outside the box they didn't really think about the actual name of the racquet. you guy's were thinking broad terms when i was actually trying to be quite specific.
     
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  15. Tankari

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    Well of course you knew what version you wanted and how were we thinking broad terms when the words "Tour 90" runs synonymously with several other racquets? That's like saying I want a Prestige or Pure Drive, but you wouldn't know which version I wanted because I'm the only one that does.

    Just saying, wouldn't hurt to type in one more word to cut the confusion.
     
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