thaychuaMr2: @lmonto Lol.. It took me 10 mins to get exactly what i wanted in a grip
change. It'll probably take you at least haft hour to do it your way. Even
so, with your newb comment, i am assured that you will get uneven bevels
along with cracked pallets as they are made of tender materials. Post some
comments when educated about pallets, otherwise don't post at all..
thaychuaMr2: That's exactly the point. They don't want you to buy pallets and stick with
your frame. Rather, they want you to go out and buy new rackets for that
grip size you want. Not all the head rackets have them. Only the prestige
series and the radicals and other older classic frames.
lmonto: well obviously you guys dont no anything about math and never tried it so
how can u comment me if i did it and its smooth and i play with it all the
time. well what u do is measure the size of the handle that u want. and its
not done by manually sanding it in ur heads. its done by a hand geld
machine the goes around ur hand that if u have or get one. and it only
takes 5 minutes at least to do it sounds complicated to ur dumb ass that
can't do it!
turdferguson2: can you do this with dunlop aerogel 200's? I have two, one is 4 3/8 (18x20
string)and one is 4 1/2 (16x19); I want to switch them.
Cash4Faysh: @lmonto yeah exactly, you will definitely get uneven bevels...what a moron.
If you do sand you must do by hand which takes a hell of a long time to do
thaychuaMr2: Unfortunately Head doesn't make pallets for distribution anymore. You will
have to post a wanted Ad on tenniswarehouse or other tennis sites for used
1992marshmallow: can we put a head pallet on a wilson?
megam24: this changes the grip size for any racquet?
SILAHIM ΜΙΧΑΛΗΣ: then what is the point of having rackets with removable pallets if you dont
provide replacements? All models of head rackets have removable pallets?
SILAHIM ΜΙΧΑΛΗΣ: where from can we buy pallets for head?
ARMArman1: you can just put the pallets in to the hot water and after few minutes the
boringgrass: nice vid
Natmaniac: never ever cut towards your body
ukkkkkkkk: Please don't use a knife.
thaychuaMr2: Lol. you just gotta have good control with the Knife. I've done around 30
pallets so far and none sustained injuries. Just be a bit careful. Trust
me, if i swear it's going to be all "Du Ma". Lol You can try calling this
place that sold used pallets before. Just ask for your gripsize.
courtsidesports(google it) Good luck~
Paul Smith: its better to just put the racquet in the oven
Minki Jun: why don't you just buy a new racquet with the "RIGHT PALLET" 4 YOU
MadBanana39167: 6'2 is the master race height. you are 4 inches too short.
mig1nc: Man, be carefull with that knife. I thought for sure you were going to
loose a finger in that video :)
oakpubster: Can you do this to a Babolat?
joe rodriguez: wiggle wit?1:48 lol thx for tip
Kevin Filmer: Great video. Unfortunately Wilson racquet pallets are not that easy to
remove. Well done on this instructional video. I'll save it as a favourite.
thaychuaMr2: Sorry. Wilson rackets are permanent and non-removable. They are molded on
and doesn't consist of a pallet system like that of Head and Volkl Rackets.
asianoutcast87: ughhhhhh. I want to change my grip size to one lower. Each time I hit my
two-handed backhand, that head oval grip makes my wrist hurt like hell. But
I really don't want to go through all this procedure. Know if random tennis
shops do this?
thaychuaMr2: When you remove the replacement grips, the tape is suppose to come off with
it as well. So peel the tape along with the grip when you remove it. When
you reapply the grip(if you do), then there is tape to hold the grip back
in place. But IMO, the tape is not that important, just remove it and
moondog679: I was going to change my pallets to 28 inches. But, this process is
disturbing to me. It violates the sanctity of the bond between a tennis
racquet and the pallet.
juan david velasquez: hi, how many staples were in the buttcap,just bought a very good classic
mid example and it has 5 staples, the problem is that one of them, you can
see it coming out on the end of the buttcap, thanks by the way where did
you get the pellets? which ones will work also on this racket? thanks again
thaychuaMr2: No, you can't do them with dunlops as they don't have the pallet system-
rather they have a molded handled.
newton296: thanks for posting this video, I found it to be pretty good basic info.
maybe you could follow up with other racquets. for example, can you put a
dunlop handle onto a wilson?
lmonto: u could just sand it down with a freakin sander genius. Intead of all that