Rubber on rubber

Table Tennis Equipment

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phil Lockett

phil Lockett Asked 4 months ago

Hi, thanks for question answered 18 hrs ago so from what you say you can buy a new rubber &

put it on the existing bat is that right ?

Regards phil


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 4 months ago

Hi Phil,

You have to take the old rubber off first which can be tricky but then you can replace the rubber with something else as long as the wood is of good quality.  You are then sticking the new rubber directly onto the wood.


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phil Lockett

phil Lockett Posted 2 weeks ago

Hi ,  no what i mean is whats wrong with putting the new rubber on the old 1?

regards phil.


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 2 weeks ago

Ah, that is not legal.  You are only allowed to have one rubber each side.


D K

D K Posted 1 week ago

Plus,I seriously doubt that rubbers would keep on each other...



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