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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Here's mine.........1st time trying
    very good for your first attempt

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    hey George which grip size do you use ??

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    2U G5.... Which one stands for the grip size btw?

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    The overgrip is applied straight on wood with electrical tape or have to add replacement grip first ?

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    Here's my attempt. No athletic tape or excess grip underneath, but 50% overlaps to double the grip thickness. Just about perfect for me on a G4 sized grip. I had it done with excess grip at the bottom too, and liked it even more. Better feedback of the racket handle as I tend to grip the racket towards the bottom.
    Now the balance point on the Arcsaber 10 is around 320mm and 330mm on an Armortec 500

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    first attempt

    it seems to be thicker on 1 side of the bottom but still it feels good..just by holding it and swinging it around

    off topic: it's my first time using Victor Nanotec replacement grip. the glue at the bottom seems to be less sticky compared to Karakal PU grips
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    Same question, one more time since I didn't get any reply on this matter. Sorry. The overgrip is applied straight on wood with electrical tape or do I need to put on a replacement grip first ? Does LCW apply a replacement grip before adding the overgrip ?

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    Okay, got it. Straight on wood. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maximR View Post
    Same question, one more time since I didn't get any reply on this matter. Sorry. The overgrip is applied straight on wood with electrical tape or do I need to put on a replacement grip first ? Does LCW apply a replacement grip before adding the overgrip ?
    isn't that up to your preference? if you prefer it to be thicker, you can apply something on the wood first to make it thicker?
    i prefer to add a layer of electrical tape on the wood before applying the grip. this is to ease the process of removing the grip without leaving a lot of residue.
    regarding the LCW style, wait for other people's answer. i have no idea neither do i really care

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    Ziggy your pic looks off topic...is it LCW style ?
    The gripping style we are talking about here is for over grip only
    And the main tip is to put the over grip reverse

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    Ziggy your pic looks off topic...is it LCW style ?
    The gripping style we are talking about here is for over grip only
    And the main tip is to put the over grip reverse
    erm..i used the same concept
    i did add the extra piece of grip at the bottom
    and i start gripping using the broad end, not the "sharpie" end
    i followed Demolidor's video
    but because i'm using a replacement grip, the bulge at the bottom didn't seemed to be that big
    it does feel good though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babyface View Post
    Nice! That's one of the best replication of Taufik's towel grip style I've seen.

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    lol... thanks mate... its a bit loose due to heavy use (due to need a new grip)
    Always had the 3/4 grip.. adding the bulge at the end just made it more comfortable.

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    That bulge the end there also from overgrip?

    why are u wrapping the end of the grip taufik style but above that lin dan style?

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    no, its not from overgrip.. and as i said, i have always wrapped up 3/4... and towelling at the bottom is to stop the plastic end rubbing onto my hand

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    That bulge the end there also from overgrip?

    why are u wrapping the end of the grip taufik style but above that lin dan style?
    Recognise this racquet? (look closely at the towel grip)

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