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Fake Racket?

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by tonten, Dec 15, 2002.

  1. tonten

    tonten Regular Member

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    maybe you may ask if there are serial numbers on the shaft and the cone. :D If the racquet doesn't have serial numbers, most probably it's fake. :p
     
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    I'd say it's a used racket...plus this is on E bay so the person names the price of $31.00 when it could be moer?
     
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    isn't a Ti10 for $30 a good deal? even when its used?
     
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    sry..i messed up on what i said earlier...i mentioned that "the person names the price of $31.00 when it could be moer"...i didn't read the Ebay site correctly ..but that's what the current bid is at..lol. uhh..i thought 31 bucks was what the starting bid the person listed..haha..

    but anyways, yeah..of coruse that's a good deal..if u can put ur bid in..anything less than 50-70 would be a good deal for ti 10 USED.
     
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    looks authentic. also notice it is a SP version. so the cost of the racket it self is not that high, new ones goes for around US$85-90 nowadays.

    the racket is a 2u Ti10, and the guy says it is "ultralight". perhaps he has been playing with solid steel rackets all his life. haha. :)
     
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    How do you know? Are you inferring from the PBSI logo?
     
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    Sounds an attractice deal, if the final price can be like $70-, Just hope this racket won't have too many "internal" or "hidden" damage.

    I mean, some major paint scratch, crack, or some cases like "string cut into frame due to inproper string method, etc"...

    Anyone willing to take a shot, best of luck. :D
     

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