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    What is the ser# and cone code? It is a fake.

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    shaft (serial) is 8853665 cone is 280882CH
    looks genuine to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tie juetsue View Post
    shaft (serial) is 8853665 cone is 280882CH
    looks genuine to me
    i have a real arc9 in my hand and the ser # is 81067## and the cone code is 011282xx. tell me if yours make sense? also, there has never been a version with CH on the shaft.

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    The only fake indication from the pic that i can see is the grommet, it does look that neat. But i could also caused by the stringer. Perhaps you can provide closer and clearer pics for us to see more detail.

    Are the codes number engraved or printed? The production code indicates the racket was produced on 18 Aug 2008, i cant remember exactly when was Arc10 was released, maybe someone can confirm?

    Tie Juetsue, you probably should check the codes with these guys:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=31873

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tie juetsue View Post
    shaft (serial) is 8853665 cone is 280882CH
    looks genuine to me
    its counterfeit.

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    what do you mean by printed--- it is cut into the metal if thats what you mean. when you move you fingers along the code it is dented in. Is that engraved?

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    Can you explian inmore detail...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tie juetsue View Post
    what do you mean by printed--- it is cut into the metal if thats what you mean. when you move you fingers along the code it is dented in. Is that engraved?
    Yes, that would be engraved but...engraved does not mean genuine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tie juetsue View Post
    Can you explian inmore detail...
    What additional detail(s) would you like? If you did not copy the wrong shaft serial, and date code...then it must be counterfeit.

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    How can you tell, any hints in the dates or ser\ number?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    The only fake indication from the pic that i can see is the grommet, it does look that neat. But i could also caused by the stringer. Perhaps you can provide closer and clearer pics for us to see more detail.

    Are the codes number engraved or printed? The production code indicates the racket was produced on 18 Aug 2008, i cant remember exactly when was Arc10 was released, maybe someone can confirm?

    Tie Juetsue, you probably should check the codes with these guys:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=31873
    Got some more pictures on the grommet.
    http://www.picable.com/People/Sports...Racket.1263638
    http://www.picable.com/People/Sports...Racket.1263640
    http://www.picable.com/People/Sports...Racket.1263642
    http://www.picable.com/People/Sports...Racket.1263644
    http://www.picable.com/People/Sports...Racket.1263650
    http://www.picable.com/People/Sports...Racket.1263652
    http://www.picable.com/People/Sports...Racket.1263656

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    From what I can see, it looks genuine so far. The grommet holes at the 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock looks like my Arcsaber 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeyf View Post
    From what I can see, it looks genuine so far. The grommet holes at the 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock looks like my Arcsaber 10.
    the fakes are getting better, having similar looking gromments doesn't mean it's real

    Tie juetsue, take a closeup pic of the serial numbers, and another pic on the bottom cap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    the fakes are getting better, having similar looking gromments doesn't mean it's real

    Tie juetsue, take a closeup pic of the serial numbers, and another pic on the bottom cap.

    kk go some pictures here
    http://www.picable.com/People/Sports...Racket.1266904
    http://www.picable.com/People/Sports...Racket.1266902
    http://www.picable.com/People/Sports...Racket.1266900

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    from the pics, it seem to look real.
    Your dad should keep that friend

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