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    Default Replacement Grips

    Currently im using a Cab20 MS
    In order to keep it's balance, im going to have to either play w/it's original grip OR with an over grip + lead tape on the head to balance it.

    To eliminate the extra weight from both over grip + lead tape, I will need a replacement grip. Can anyone recommend to me some good replacement grips that are durable and stays tacky for a long time? So far i have one grip in mind, i just want know what good grips are out there in the market.

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    Default Re: Replacement Grips

    Originally posted by Carbonex Player
    Currently im using a Cab20 MS
    In order to keep it's balance, im going to have to either play w/it's original grip OR with an over grip + lead tape on the head to balance it.

    I just bought my Cab20 MS for over a week. I put a overgrip on it, to get more "feeling" for it. To me, a over grip is not very heavy, and did not really change the balance of the racket (at least, I did not notice it)

    Therefore, if u only want to put a over grip, I don't think u need the lead tape at all. However, if u actually go for the lead tape to add some weight to the head, then, maybe u can just ignore my post.

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    Actually the overgrip makes quite a difference in the feel of this racquet, it changes this racquet's balance from medium to head light

    next time ... before you change your overgrip, try holding/playing with this racquet without the overgrip. You should notice the difference.

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    hmmm... really...

    Actually, I did tried the racket without my overgrip for like 1+ hr. I really did not really feel too much difference after I put the overgrip on.

    Maybe because I am more like a defensive player, who don't smash that much?

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    hey carbonex player...

    to tell u the truth...i dont think you should put the lead tape on at all...it'll stress the racquet...

    i've seen what grip you use...its really not heavy at all ....maybe its just a mental thing you have...cause i held your racquet before and it really dosent make a large difference....

    oh yea...what grip do u have in mind ne ways?

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    Karakal PU Super Racquet Replacement Grip

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