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11-02-2002, 09:19 PM #1
difference between 2U #U G4 and G3?
what's the difference between them i no that some are shorter and longer butwhich 1's?? whats the diff?
11-02-2002, 10:58 PM #2
first , read the sticky note on top of the equipment forum
second, do a search on your topic or questions
third, sit down on a chair prepare to read ream and ream of answers to your questions or inquiries. Bring drinks and foods near you just in case.
11-03-2002, 01:01 PM #3
Maybe we should put a faq as a sticky note too.
Q1: choosing your racquet
Q2: choosing your string
that should cut down the # of repeats by 99%
11-03-2002, 05:58 PM #4
still dont know what the difference is..........
11-03-2002, 06:19 PM #5
U is weight G is grip
11-13-2002, 11:36 AM #6
Sorry to bumb this, BUT...
If this is true, like I think:
U4 is lighter than U3 which is lighter than U2 . Like Kwun said In the FQA: the smaller the number the heavier the raquet.
I know that in Yonex´this transletes to something like
U4=90-95g / U3=85-89g / U2=80-81g I suppose...But what about these grip sizes?!?
where 4G is smaller than G3 which is smaller than G2, and like Kwun said: the bigger the number the thinner/smaller the grip BUT then my QUESTION:
How big are the differences between 4G and 3G (and 2G)? The differences may be different between different brands, but let´s say that we`re comparing raquets made by Yonex. Can anyone offer an answer...in centimeter...an estimate...anything other than...Yeh the other bigger and the other´s lighter :-(
I do appreciate all the info You guys can give! :-)...and FYI, I tried to search the archives but didn´t find an answer which would have been sufficient.
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