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[RIP] Yonex TW coded ARC10 3UG5

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by Smash-Tajam, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. Smash-Tajam

    Smash-Tajam Regular Member

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    This beautiful TW coded genuine ARC10 in perfect condition(not even a single scratch) was TK(Team Kill) by a Wish MasterPro10000 in an attempt to defend a smash that come into the middle of two players.. RIP.. :(
     

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    Always unpleasant to see nice rackets broken but these things happen and you just have to accept it. I remember breaking my original Carbonex 20 years ago... and thinking that this is not replaceable as they do not make them anymore.

    Interesting to see that yellow foam inside the frame, what is that again? I'm still catching up on the new yonex technology! :eek:
     
  3. quik_silver

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    the foam is to help to shape the racquet as well as reducing vibration of the racquet. *correct me if i am wrong.
     
  4. Neji87

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    sell to me.. rm40..hee
     
  5. george@chongwei

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    Your smash is indeed tajam!:eek: Smash untill break huh?:D Btw neji, why do u wanna buy the broken racket?
     
  6. Neji87

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    Because my friend can repair it. :)
     
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    neji, where your friend place?, i want repair my racket...
     
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    the main thing is that even after you repair it, it will not hold really well
    you cannot put too much pressure on the frame which mean low tension
    also for this one, very hard to repair, it broke in 3-4 places around the frame
     
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    it okay, i want just want used it to play with my kid in front of my house.
     
  10. Neji87

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    Sri rampai business park. Located opposite Pro One area.
     

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