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FS/FT: [GTA] AT700 2nd gen, Panda PPro

Discussion in 'Buy & Sell - Read the rules sticky before you post' started by Borbor, Oct 10, 2012.

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  1. Borbor

    Borbor Regular Member

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    Got the following I'm letting go of:

    AT700 2nd gen 3UG4 w/ BG85 @ 24 lbs. 2 paint chips on the frame. $100

    PPro (have 2 of these @ identical specs). Zymax 62 @ 24 lbs (white), one is brand new the other has maybe 6 hours on em. 90 each or 170 for both.

    Looking for: N90, VT80 (3UG4)

    Markham on Mon and Wed evening, Sat afternoons; downtown rest of the time.
     
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    What are the specs on the panda power pp pro?
     
  3. Borbor

    Borbor Regular Member

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    88 grams, 295mm bp
     
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    If only it were 1g lighter...
     
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    Is the pp pro stiff? :O I want to try some Panda power rackets
     
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    ease of use it's probably the best of what I have atm (4 racquets). tbh had I talked to Dan and got the Ppro with over 300 bp, I wouldn't be using anything else. I have lead tape at my disposal from golf; but those are too much to use for racquets.
     
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