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paint crack or hairline crack

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by sasuke777, Mar 13, 2014.

  1. sasuke777

    sasuke777 New Member

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    I've just about noticed a crack that starts from one of the stringing holes which is loacted at the six oclock of the racket frame. The crack seems like a paint crack as it bulges out, but I'm second guessing myself that it might be a actual crack of the the racket. Is it a paint crack or hairline crack? I've attached photos
     

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    Exert Regular Member

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    It doesn't really look like a hairline crack to me
     
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    So is it just a paint cracked? nothing serious?
     
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    it looks like the crack doesn't connect to the grommet, looks like a manufacturing defect to me.
     
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    the racquet looks old.
     
  6. Abdul Rahman

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    it is looks like paint crack or paint chipping. "T" area is the most strongest area in any rackets.
     

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