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Aluminium head

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by redrunner, Apr 26, 2006.

  1. redrunner

    redrunner Regular Member

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    G'day everyone,

    Just have a quik question on stringing Aluminium head racquets.
    What is the maximum tension that should be used with an Aluminium head racquet? a friend wants me to string their racquet and I dont want to distort it. Would a steel head racquet be the same?

    Cheers
    Daniel
     
  2. anarkia

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    i string my wife Yonex 6000DF which is a aluminium head @ 25lbs...with Pacific string PC80.
    4 months..pass.still going strong. no distord shape.:p
     
  3. redrunner

    redrunner Regular Member

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    Thanks for your reply anarkia,
    Wow! 25lbs on an aluminium head, I dont even string my mp99's that high.

    I Managed to distort an old aluminium head racquet of my own the other day at 20lbs, can anyone out there reccomend a SAFE limit to string an aluminium head racquet my guess would be around 17lbs.

    Cheers
    Daniel
     
  4. liyux2

    liyux2 Regular Member

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    i strung a couple aluminum heads at 23lb. any racket from yonex can take 20lb+ easily ;)
     

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