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Li-Ning Grip Reviews?u

Discussion in 'Grip' started by sraoo, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. sraoo

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    Is towel grip generally used as replacement or over grip?
     
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    It depends. Taufik uses it as replacement, Peter Gade uses it as over grip.
     
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    I just purchased Yonex Super Grap and I'm not sure if I should remove the original grip and add athletic tape or wrapping the Super Grap over the original grip :confused:.
     
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    Also, which side is adhesive? The side w/ the plastic protector or the other side o.0?
     
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    It an overgrip and therefor suppose to go over the original grip/or a replacement grip.
    The adhersive side is the one with the plastic on, but there is a small patch in one of the ends that your are suppose to peel off to make the end stick to the handle; which pretty much solves the "what side is the adhersive side" question.
     
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    Yes, I've realized that now :p Thank-you! White super grap looks amazing :)
     
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    Hm, I actually used the plastic-protected side as the outer part of the grip and the other side to wrap around the racket - as the tailored piece faced this way.
     

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