I have the following Kennex racquets that have gone dead.KQ15,KQ15 Advanced Kinetic System,Kinetic Pro 7G. When I shake the racquets I cannot hear the Kinetic material. I thought it was supposed to go to the handle. Has anybody had this experience?
Go to klipper usa. Click on accessories,click on grommet/bumper sets,choose brand-Wilson.Model Triad 6.0,head size 95. Hit buy now, it will show catalog number A334 for 6.95.
Hope this helps. Flatball.
Use your palm of your hand and hit the string from the throat to head if you hear a dead thud your Kinetic material has probably shifted.
I had this happen years ago,returned it to TW who sent it to Kennex who repaired it. I also had the same thing happen on my K15 and it was replaced...
I have used the 7g several years ago. Before I used the 5g. I now use the Ki15PSE and the Ki15. The Ki15PSE is more powerfull than the 7G. The swing weight of the Ki15PSE is about the same as the 7g.The K15 has a lower swing weight . The K15PSE is more powerfull than the K15. The K15 is...
I agree with stroke. It is a very stable,comfortable,powerful racquet. I played with the old version of the 5G for a few years,sold it to a friend who had a painful wrist,pain went away. I then used the 7G which I liked even better.
I contacted Kennex and asked for advice on a racquet...
Alpha Revo 300
Diz Boi Danny
Do you have the owners manual? The part I am talking about is number21 in the manual. Loosen the allen head screw and lift the mounting system base up and lube. I am sorry but I do not have a camera . I am 72 years old I would not know how to use it anyway.
Alpha Revo 300
I ave a Revo 3000 that I purchases new in 2001. I have strung over 200 racquets on it with no problems. I calibrated it once. The mounting base started to shudder when rotated about two years ago. I removed the base cleaned and lubed the post with wheel bearing...