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      Whats your choise and why???

      For the up cumming season i will play with Gipfelsturm 1,8 in backhand.
      I have 3 different woods i can use, but dont know whats fits pimples best.
      My 3 choises are.

      Yasaka Ma Lin carbon
      Petr Korbel
      Sanwei Fextra 7

      What would you chose of the 3 choises and why????

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      Fextra 7. Powerful but has good control

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      I already have it on my Fextra 7 wood. I really like the pimpile rubber on it.
      But if it would be better on Yasaka Ma lin carbon???
      I thougt that pips rubbers suited a carbon wood better

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      If it is a medium stiff. 7 ply blade like fextra then it works fine.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Hustler37 View Post
      I already have it on my Fextra 7 wood. I really like the pimpile rubber on it.
      But if it would be better on Yasaka Ma lin carbon???
      I thougt that pips rubbers suited a carbon wood better
      Easy, try it on all 3 and keep it what you like best.

      I think the Korbel or Fextra will give you the best results... but I'm not you.

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      Played again tonight with Fextra 7 with the pips on bh.
      It suits me good, so i think i will use it like this for the upcomming season

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      Fextra 7 works just fine.

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      If you feel you are comfortable with Fextra already then best to stick with it.

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      Ooops, sorry, wrong thread
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      Quote Originally Posted by jimwaters View Post
      Fextra 7 works just fine.
      Maybe for you but you're not OP.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Hustler37 View Post
      cumming season

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