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    Penhold backhand rubber?

    What rubber I should use on my backhand a started playing penhold 1 month ago. I know how to play it, I play table tennis for 4 years but I am now using rubbers from shakehand blade and it doesnt cover all space on the blade
    I think that I will use tibhar mx-p/mx-d on my forehand but do not know which rubber is Good for backhand
    my blade is stiga allround Classic (ALL+)
    and Please do Not advise me to use tenergy 05 or something like that for me it is to expansive

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    Quote Originally Posted by aDq
    What rubber I should use on my backhand a started playing penhold 1 month ago. I know how to play it, I play table tennis for 4 years but I am now using rubbers from shakehand blade and it doesnt cover all space on the blade
    I think that I will use tibhar mx-p/mx-d on my forehand but do not know which rubber is Good for backhand
    my blade is stiga allround Classic (ALL+)
    and Please do Not advise me to use tenergy 05 or something like that for me it is to expansive
    There are many low weight rubber for your RPB:

    729 Aurora
    Nittaku Fastarc S-1
    Tibhar Aurus select
    Tibhar Nimbus
    Tibhar K1 (semi tacky)
    Donic Barracuda
    Donic F1

    The list can go on

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    Penhold backhand rubber?

    +1 on S1 and Baracuda. Rakza 7 soft I would also add.
    Unfortunately, I’m in camp T64 now. Nothings convinced me back yet.


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    I wouldn't spend too much. I use a LKT pro XP top sheet glued to a 1.8mm HRS sponge. Not very expensive or fancy but it works for me.
    Off the shelf I would use Rakza 7 1.8mm

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    Maybe the Fastarc S-1 feels strange on your blade, always hated soft rubbers on the allround classic.
    If I were you i would ask the people around for old rubbers and then decide, but only after trying a few sheets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenball
    I wouldn't spend too much. I use a LKT pro XP top sheet glued to a 1.8mm HRS sponge. Not very expensive or fancy but it works for me.
    Off the shelf I would use Rakza 7 1.8mm
    Is that a hard process to do (glue top-sheet to sponge)?


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    Quote Originally Posted by alas26
    Is that a hard process to do (glue top-sheet to sponge)?


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    Back in the 1990s we used to do that all the time. I miss those times. You could experiment all kinds of combo. We bought tacky top sheets and glued them on Japanese sponge.

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