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showtime 06-02-2008 5:31 PM

Straightline specifically.. <BR> <BR>I bought a new handle toward the end of last season.. Shortly after a few sets I notice the grip showing wear... This year it has literally came to pieces... What can I do? Are replacement grips available...? Anyone else had this problem?

showtime 06-03-2008 9:00 AM

bump.... anyone..

lakeside5_10 06-03-2008 9:18 AM

GOOD LUCK , I HAVE A CARBON HANDLE THAT NEEDS A NEW GRIP AS WELL , MAYBE A PIECE OF HYDROMAT

w00taz 06-03-2008 9:21 AM

a buddy of mine used hockey grip tape. It's super tacky at first then the stick wears off and it's all good. He just ran the tape over the existing padding since it doesn't add much.

showtime 06-03-2008 2:12 PM

Sorta what i thought.... thats is ridiculous for a handle to cost that kind of coin and not last no more than that....

denverd1 06-03-2008 2:22 PM

tennis wrap would work. glue the ends down.

pnichols 06-03-2008 2:58 PM

Have you tried to contact Straightline directly? I have to agree about dropping that much coin on a handle and it wearing out less than a years time. It's probably worth a shot you got nothing to lose.

06-05-2008 3:36 PM

Im having the same problem with my carbon handle. I have been wearing gloves until i can find a replacement grip.

innov8 06-05-2008 3:40 PM

Ya contact straight line and see if its still under warranty. <BR>1-866-426-7673

yubasanger 06-05-2008 4:18 PM

You can get replacement grips for the A.R.I &amp; B2I handles. Here is a link for one place I found. <BR><a href="http://www.proboardshop.com/wakel-straightline-page3.html" target="_blank">http://www.proboardshop.com/wakel-straightline-page3.html</a> <BR>Not sure but don't think the carbon handle grip is replaceable. But call to be sure could be wrong.


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