Originally Posted by rkelley
I have three "identical" Prince Rebel 95 frames. I had to buy and sell several frames to get three that were even close to each other. The general variation was quite large. These three are still all different, and I've been tweaking each one with lead to get them to feel exactly the same. Via trial and error I've gotten them pretty close. On top of this, as I've been playing more in the last couple of years, I've been generally adding lead to the head. The handles are different too, though all theoretically L3, but I'm just living with that.
This is another reason why customization has become so prevalent today. Manufacturering tolerances vary from brand to brand, so customization can make all of the racquets feel and perform the same. Usually how is starts for all advanced and pro players.
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