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FS: Forza Ti 240 N-Forze (GVA)

Discussion in 'Buy & Sell - Read the rules sticky before you post' started by K-MusclePower, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. K-MusclePower

    K-MusclePower Regular Member

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    I have 2 of the Forza Ti 240 badminton rackets which are still in good condition. There are no chips but some minor scratches. 9/10 condition. One of them is strung at bg68ti at 25lbs and the other is bg80 at 25lbs.

    My asking price is $90 each and both for $180. Any other reasonable offer is accepted. Dealing within GVA only.

    information is found at
    http://www.forza-fz.dk/Forza-DK/PRODUKTER/KETCHERE/TITANIUM/Ti._240_N-Forze.aspx
     
  2. K-MusclePower

    K-MusclePower Regular Member

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    Price drop now, $80 for 1 and $150 for both
     
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    K-MusclePower Regular Member

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    cmon people, i gotta get rid of these. $70 each $120 for both
     
  4. Gemcat

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    Mind posting some pictures of your racquets? I've never used Forza racquets before...
     
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    No no... I'm not talking about the pictures online. I'm sure many people would like to see some pictures from you, like where the damages are and POI's on the racquet.

    Thanks.
     

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