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    Default A grip enlarger

    Take a look just scroll down the pages a little. Its suppost to make your grip bigger and its for badminton racquets.

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    Cool !

    I've scrolled some badminton forum pages.. and... what is the next step, Howard ?


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    Originally posted by Yong
    Cool !

    I've scrolled some badminton forum pages.. and... what is the next step, Howard ?

    Yong, I think you scrolled too much, just a little will do, maybe u better scroll back BTW, Howard, what is the next step

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    opps sorry i forgot to paste the link hahahah
    here it is
    http://www.tenniszon.com/en/produits...se=1&AccType=7

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    LMAO that was wise!!

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    remember guys, bigger isn't always better....

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    a smaller grip is more flexible and agile. it allows better fingering and motion of the handle around the palm.

    on the contrary, a think grip is much more restrictive.

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    You talking on personal experience there kwun?

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    Originally posted by kwun
    remember guys, bigger isn't always better....
    true true true, it doesnt make you look sexier at all


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    Default Grip enlargers!

    Dug up this old thread to save me starting a new one . Found this while browsing for RAB stuff:

    http://www.cxprosport.com/acatalog/R...rger.html#a113

    It's a plastic tube which you slip over your racket handle and heat it to meld it to the racket handle.

    Now if they could only figure something similar out for reducing grip sizes (apart from sanding it down!) that'll be great!

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