WILSON PETITION: Sign below if you want Pro Staff Tour 90 GROMMETS!!!!!!

#51
I have a bunch of Wilson KSix one tour 90, Ncode/BLX 16x18 and 18x20 grommets if anyone's interested in purchasing them.
Shoot me a PM with your email address and what you are looking for. Thanks
 

Geoff

Hall of Fame
#54
K90 and BLX90 as I remember is interchangeable ?
They are. The drill pattern changed in the 90 with the K90. All the following Wilson 90 frames use the same grommets. Some have speculated that the KPS88 grommets may fit. Personally I never have tried that out.
 

PeterFig

Professional
#69
Doesn't solve a worn out or broken bumper.

On my '14 90's the bumpers are shiny plastic which doesn't look very sturdy.

Racquet protection tape is an essential if you don't have spare grommets now.
There is no difference between a shiny vs matte finish on the bumper guard in terms of material used - it's just to do with the mold itself. So it's just as sturdy as if it was matte.
But yes - being a prolific scraper of the racquet i do get the fact that it's nice to have some backup bumper guards :)
 

4-string

Professional
#71
I have a few sets of grommets for 6.1 95 18x20, the parallel drilling version (2014 iirc). Worth an ad in the for sale section?
 

Geoff

Hall of Fame
#76
There is a seller of grommets in the Atlanta area who has a website. Prices are higher than original retail. He has a wide variety of out of production grommets. He is quite the character.
 
#88
I am looking for both grommets as well. PS Tour/N Code 90 and K-90---Pro Staff 90 grommets. And of course Pro Staff 85 grommets would be awesome.
 
#90
I don’t like them nearly that much.

@wilsontennis: make them available at $20/set and you’ll sell all you can ship.


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Or even$25/set, roughly 3.5x retail when new. Surely THAT makes economic sense. You might also want to consider that eventually someone is going to figure out how to do this with a 3-D printer inexpensively. When that happens the market will go away for the big name brands.


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#91
I agree...for the true collectors that want to have show-piece racquets and can afford spending $100 for grommets, itmay not seem like much, but for me, that will use them for actual play racquets, paying that much seems like extortion. The $20-$25 price point would be on the top end of my threshold.
 
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#92
I agree...for the true collectors that want to have show-piece racquets and can afford spending $100 for grommets, itmay not seem like much, but for me, that will use them for actual play racquets, paying that much seems like extortion. The $20-$25 price point would be on the top end of my threshold.
Yes, and they’ll sell like hot cakes at $20-25 per set when @wilsontennis comes through!!!


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