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    Default Replacing Original wood of the grip

    Has anyone tried using this http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop...9#.U9pXFPldV40 or sanding down the grip to make the grip smaller?

    I been trying to debating which one to do. Would changing or sanding down the wood change the balance of the racquet?

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    Yeah I did that when the handle on my BS11 broke. It's not difficult to replace but you do need a bit of patience. The hardest part is taking the cone off the original handle I picked away at the wood a little at time until there we no wood left in the cone.

    I wouldn't bother sanding down the handle myself as I wouldn't trust myself in doing it accurately enough. But if you feel you can, then by all means try that.

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