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Fake Mp-100?

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by Ramster, Jan 5, 2007.

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  1. Ramster

    Ramster Regular Member

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    I bought an mp-100 off my friend and I dont know if it is fake or not. Serial engraved, bag looks and smells real... Refer to the thread in the Buy and Sell section please...
     
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    The least you could was include the posting from the buy/sell section; How are we supposed to determine if the serial number & date codes are not given???
     
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    sorry XD

    the code on the shaft is 5760256 and cone 031056 ch. howver there is no ch on the shaft..
     
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    The serial number checks out okay,...
    However, having said that; it is very very difficult to determine the authenticy of a racket just by the serial number; If by any chance you could posts some pictures of the racket, it would be useful.......
     
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    please refer to the original thread. there is no reason to discuss it in two separate threads.
     
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