Originally Posted by toddsullivan
My dad said, it was not solid but was a double hollow construction with a solid bar in the center. This made the racket lighter, more forgiving and more powerful than Connor's steel T2000.
Thanks for the information. The aluminum is definitely thicker-walled than most later aluminum rackets were. I like the extra heft. I think it is a great racket; it feels solid when you hit the ball, and has lots of control.