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Tennis Post Winders & Handles

Tennis Post Winders

Tennis Post Winders

Winder mechanisms for square or round tennis posts.

Tennis Post Winder Handles

Tennis Post Winder Handles

Winder handles with fixing screws for all types of tennis posts.

Tennis Post Winders and Handles

sportsequip.co.uk sell a range of replacement brass tennis winder mechanisms and winder handles to suit the most common types of tennis post in the UK. There are many different types of post however, and every year we are asked for a size we have never come across before.

Our range of winders and handles are known to fit old En-tout-cas, Edwards and Harrod UK posts, but we always recommend that you double check the dimensions between the fixing screws very carefully before ordering.

Please note: It is important to grease new tennis winders before initial use and to keep them fully greased throughout their life. The net must never be over-tightened as it may dislodge the post sockets.

If our replacement winders do not fit your existing post, you may wish to consider a set of replacement posts which will include a complete winder mechanism. Existing sockets may still be used to minimise inconvenience and cost. Please give our sales office a call on 01858 545789 to discuss.

Have a question?

For replacement parts for old tennis posts and other questions about winders/handles, call us on 01858 545789.

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