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Old Jul 27th, 2010, 10:02 AM   #1
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Replacement for Wilson Hammer 6.4?

I've had this racquet for about 12 years already. Other racquets have come and gone, but this remains the best I've used so far. Sadly, they have stopped making this years ago. I've been using the K six-one, but I find it too heavy.

Does anybody what's the closest/next-gen of the 6.4 today? I prefer Wilson Thanks
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Old Dec 21st, 2012, 05:05 PM   #2
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Re: Replacement for Wilson Hammer 6.4?

anyone? I got hammer 6.2...wanna get a new one too....any recommendations?

I also got a slazenger pro-braided..it feels similar to hammer 6.2....do they have a new racquet that's similar to that one? thanks guys
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Re: Replacement for Wilson Hammer 6.4?

Easiest thing to do: http://www.racquetfinder.com/

...put in the specs of your current frame, and tweak the inputs until you reach your ideal frame then search.

Even if they don't ship to your locale, at the very least you can identify the model you want.
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Old Dec 24th, 2012, 01:55 PM   #4
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Re: Replacement for Wilson Hammer 6.4?

they have the option of "similar racquets" how accurate is that? what I want to do is find a newer similar version of hammer 6.2....will that work? I mean the "similar racquets" thanks
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Re: Replacement for Wilson Hammer 6.4?

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they have the option of "similar racquets" how accurate is that? what I want to do is find a newer similar version of hammer 6.2....will that work? I mean the "similar racquets" thanks
i don't know, probably, it should be.

I think you can't go wrong by putting in the specs yourself. comparing weights, swing weights and balance.
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