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729 FX EL (10)

 729 FX EL
by EdieH 15 years ago
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by khvn 15 years ago
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by bes 15 years ago
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by EddieH 15 years ago
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by alphapong 15 years ago
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by bes 15 years ago
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by Kevin 15 years ago
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by EddieH 15 years ago
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by bes 15 years ago
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by manny 15 years ago
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by bes 15 years ago
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by manny 15 years ago
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by gcollins 15 years ago
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by cole 15 years ago
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by alphapong 15 years ago
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by cole 15 years ago
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by manny 15 years ago
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by khvn 15 years ago
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by manny 15 years ago
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by khvn 15 years ago
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by manny 15 years ago
 Re: 729 FX EL
by dave 15 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: 729 FX EL) was posted by bes, on 4/29/2005 11:44:37 PM:
It is a description of how the ball comes off your blade. Assuming you are returning (counter driving, blocking, or looping) a topspinning ball, a higher throw rubber will tend have the ball jump higher for a given blade angle. To counterloop with a high throw rubber, you have to REALLY close the blade angle.

Low throw rubbers allow you to return topspin with a more open blade. Antispin and long pips could probably be considered extreme low throw.

Different strokes and folks have specific preferences. Hitters generally like lower throw rubbers - the more open blade angle lets them generate more power. Control loopers (generally) like higher throw rubbers - of course there are exceptions...

bes
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