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    Default Yonex voltric z-force

    hi, i need some of you guys opinion about this Yonex VT Z-Force..
    Is it true that we can identify that Yonex VT Z-Force is a fake or genuine by the thickness of the shaft? counterfeit racket has a common thickness shaft like other conventional rackets, while genuine racket shaft are slightly thinner based on Yonex nanopreme technology. is this true?

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    From the fake racket I have seen this is accurate but of course this does not cover all fake rackets. They may make a fake thin shaft racket.

    I have a very old calrton aerogear racket that has a thin shaft like the voltrics. If you see a a voltric with a thick shaft (VT60, 70, 80 and zforce) then it is fake, please note the lower end voltrics have normal thickness shafts.

    When looking for a fake racket you should check several indicators and not just one. e.g. serial number, shaft thickness, paint job etc.

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    Does anyone have any experience with misaligned paintjob? Let's say the wordings 'Voltric Z Force' on the shaft does not lie exactly on a straight line with the Yonex logo at the T joint and the cone.

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