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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Of course not; if your original grip is now gone and you just add one overgrip, it will make your grip significantly smaller. You need to replace the original grip with another grip of similar thickness, assuming it's the thickness you desire when you add the overgrip.
    so i just put one replacement grip then another replacement grip on ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau
    so i just put one replacement grip then another replacement grip on ?
    Oh come on, it's common sense. Use your brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau
    so i just put one replacement grip then another replacement grip on ?
    as dink said, put a replacement grip to replace ur tear's original grip, then add an overgrip. Just make sure ur replacement grip has the same thickness as ur original grip before.

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    i have been using the Wilson X-tra Tack for the longest amount of time. it is most cost effective with a lot of tackiness.

    but i actually think it is too tacky. i put in a new set today between matches and i had to find some floor dust to make it less tacky. otherwise it sticks to my finger and i find it hard to move my fingers around the grip.

    they are best when slightly worn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    i have been using the Wilson X-tra Tack for the longest amount of time. it is most cost effective with a lot of tackiness.

    but i actually think it is too tacky. i put in a new set today between matches and i had to find some floor dust to make it less tacky. otherwise it sticks to my finger and i find it hard to move my fingers around the grip.

    they are best when slightly worn.
    Agree. Initially, it's a bit too tacky but after 5 or 10 minutes of use, it's ideal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003
    I have asked the shop whether they bring other color, but not available in Singapore ......... also find at one shop only.
    they carried other color but not Wilson X-Tra Tack.
    maybe shop cross the border to Malaysia or Indonesia to find Grey and Yellow one.
    which shop do you buy the wilson x-tra tack?

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    any one tried PAcific Xtrack or something .. i think they are good :d

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Agree. Initially, it's a bit too tacky but after 5 or 10 minutes of use, it's ideal.
    it is after a day for me. now it is perfect.

    time to stock up on more of these goodies.

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    Hi..

    I use the technifibre contact wrap... it's really great holding on to, tackyness and all that... it is though hard to put on the racket...

    would you consider putting it into your review DinkAlot??

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    i have been using the Wilson X-tra Tack for the longest amount of time. it is most cost effective with a lot of tackiness.

    but i actually think it is too tacky. i put in a new set today between matches and i had to find some floor dust to make it less tacky. otherwise it sticks to my finger and i find it hard to move my fingers around the grip.

    they are best when slightly worn.
    Hmm..tacky enough to rip your skin off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fpixi
    Hi..

    I use the technifibre contact wrap... it's really great holding on to, tackyness and all that... it is though hard to put on the racket...

    would you consider putting it into your review DinkAlot??
    I never new about this grip. I'll get it and try it, thanks.

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    btw dinkmaster how is the racket review table coming along?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyWdq
    btw dinkmaster how is the racket review table coming along?
    Well, it's done...sorta...I just need to post it up...OK, will do it tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Well, it's done...sorta...I just need to post it up...OK, will do it tomorrow.
    Didn't put up yet, so busy...

    ...On another note, I received some new grips to test:

    +What A Grip
    +Technifibre Contact Wrap
    +Wilson Ultra Wrap
    +Prince No Sweat!
    +Head Control Overwrap

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    Initial findings:

    +Wilson Ultra Wrap is the best feeling grip I've ever tried. We'll see how it holds up... I'm confident it will be the best.

    +What A Grip is similar to the Wilson Ultra, an excellent feel but hard to put on and trim to fit.

    +Technifibre Contact Warp is similar to Wilson X-tra Tack. Great so far.

    +Prince No Sweat is one of the best non-tacky feeling overgrips.

    +Head Control Overwrap: have not tried it yet...

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    I like the name !
    What A Grip
    lol

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    Dan, let me know how the Head Control goes
    That and the Head Pro Grip are both available at a nearby store
    Oh, and if its possible can you tell me the length of it compared to the YY Supergrap? I'm planning to wrap it up to the shaft.

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