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A few problems...!

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by leo29, Feb 16, 2007.

  1. leo29

    leo29 Regular Member

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    I have a couple of queries,

    firstly, i am having trouble stringing rackets above 28lbs, i like my racket at about 35lbs however i am struggling as an inexperienced stringer to do this. How can i string this without the racket breaking (btw the racket can take it because i have had many done before like this)

    secondly, how do you keep the tension when tying the knot?

    thirdly, what is the advantage of two piece stringing?

    Cheers you lot :p
     
  2. Shifty

    Shifty Regular Member

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    when i saw people stringing, it was with this string, and they keep tension by sing some sort of clamp.
     
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    1. Use 4 or 6 point stringing machine

    2. Use two clamps and tension a bit more for the knots

    3. Allows you to drink more alcohol without getting drunk. Actually, I'm not sure. Probably because yonex only warantee's 2 piece stringing. And maybe if the strings snap...only mains or cross will get affected?
     

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