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Badminton Stringing Pattern ?... all models

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by biggybil, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. biggybil

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    I suggest a stiky for all patterns available out there so some people can experiment or use.

    Yonex:
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    Yonex old:
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    Some Li-Ning
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    even if its obvious in most cases, it might be a good idea to edit the racket models yourself over the yonex patterns because the 2012 catalogue doesnt include all models. shouldnt be too hard nor long to do
     
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    I did not edit anything these photo are of Yonex catalogue.
     
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    thats why i said
    -edit yourself
    -yonex 2012 catalogue


    im just saying it doesnt include models like ns 9000, at800 etc.

    people that are totally new to stringing might think the racket theyre stringing goes into the 'other rackets' category, even though the racket doesnt have 72 holes
     
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    NS9000 is quite easy to string, just don't squeeze two strings into a single pass grommet :D
     
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    i know its easy to figure out what pattern it is, im just pointing this out for people that have never strung a racket before
     
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    He has a good point however i can't edit that post anymore so if Kwun come's by he might be able to do it for me.
     
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    Wilson K factor (one piece)
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    Wilson BLX (one piece)
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    Well that is all i can think off at the moment, feel free to upload your findings. :D
     
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