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Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by Dino Lagaffe, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. teachingprotx

    teachingprotx Professional

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    Dino !!!!
    Yes!!!!
    He's back yahoo !!!!
    Man I've missed you . You are the reason I come to theses boards man . Again thank you for all that you do !
    Ps. Have you ever hit with the white kneissl toms reach machine ? Would love to hear your thoughts!
     
  2. teachingprotx

    teachingprotx Professional

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    Dino ! The toms reach machine kneissl you measured ? Was that the white and black with a little red ? Or was it another green version ? Or the black and gold version?
     
  3. joe sch

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    That would be awesome.

    I just got the last two made in Belgium Fox ATP Mid Woods (designed and customized by Warren Bosworth)
    These racquets are graphite/wood composites and are some of the last of the TW Bosworth stock.

    Check out the specs, they are great hitting woods:

    Head Size: 90in²
    Length:27 inches
    Weight:12.8 ounces
    Balance:8 Points Head Light
    Swingweight:316
    Stiffness:44
    Beam Width:16.5mm-18mm-14mm
    Composition:Wood/Graphite
    Racket Colors:Silver/Tan
    Grip Type:Leather
    String Pattern:18 Mains / 18 Crosses
     
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  4. joe sch

    joe sch Legend

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    That photo bucket policy change was really sad, left many of us with lots a pictures that are no longer viewable unless we pay a ransome. Not cool :(
     
  5. teachingprotx

    teachingprotx Professional

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    This would be my perfect frame if it was 10.6 oz:) I mean perfect in every other way!
     
  6. onehandbh

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    Try using flickr. you can include links as well to the jpeg
     

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