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  1. #1

    Thumbs down need some honest opinions...

    for tennis, i use a Dunlop C-Max 108 (which is out of production). it is a pretty old racquet but it seems to work well with my game. i've considered buying a new racquet but kinda hesitant because i don't wanna buy a new racquet if my old one is still good. what are your opinions on my racquet? what are the good aspects and bad apects of the racquet that i should know about? i've looked online forever and i haven't found any reviews for this particualr racquet. i was wondering if you could help...

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    If it works for you that's fine. Most racquets come with a 10 year guarantee nowadays anyway. If you're fine with it just keep it and don't buy a new one. If you like the comfort factor of your racquet and the frame looks stable but still want to improve your hits just get your racquet restrung. I have my racquet restrung every year. But again, if you're fine with it just keep it. Just because it looks old doesn't mean your game will be. My second racquet is around 11 years old and I use that in tournaments still, and it's rarely let me down.

    I hope that helps. If you have any other queries don't hesitate to post back

    The two rivals

  3. #3
    i used C-Max 108 for almost a year now and so far, so good.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Louisville, KY
    This website still lists the C-Max 108 but that doesn't mean they still have it. You can check it out at

    If your happy with that racquet then there is no need to worry about switching right away. You can demo at your leisure and see if you might find something you like better.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Racquet warrenties are usually for 1 year.
    Your C-max racquet is just fine. The only question you have to ask yourself is, Does this or that racquet make me play better? Try out different racquets and see if they improve your performance. If they do then you should probably buy a new racquet.
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  6. #6
    If it works stick with it & just tune it up when needed.
    I have never herd of a 10 year guarentee either, the industry standard is 12 months......maybe

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    i HAD a tour 66 generation 2 but i didnt like as much as my dnx. i as an 11 yr old boy preffer light wieght racquets.

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