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WTB - Kids or Light Adult (at least 4U) Rackets

Discussion in 'Buy & Sell - Read the rules sticky before you post' started by pcsxyz, Nov 3, 2008.

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  1. pcsxyz

    pcsxyz Regular Member

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    Looking to buy any brand or model as long as is light. The racket will be cut short and is for kids so condition of the racket is not important as long as is still usable. GTA pickup preferred. TIA.
     
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    Black knight sells kids racquets that are quite nice. Shouldn't be hard to find Canadian racquets in Southern Ontario. I got three for my kids for reasonable prices.

    No doubt Yonex and other companies make them too.
     
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    do u wanna buy mine?? mine is extreme power 18.. it's a very light racket but normal length.. u can found it here http://www.extreme-power.org/rackets.htm... but the condition quite bad.. can give me your email, i will send u the picture of the racket..
     
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    Thanks for the replies.

    I checked the usaul store (sport chek and etc.) and they do have kids rackets but they are metal and quit heavy. My kid is using adult rackets and is fine except the bottom of the grip keeps hitting his forearm. That's why I need a racket that I can cut off the botton half of the grip.

    Thanks all.
     
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