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Badminton Stringing Pattern ?... all models

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

  1. chandsj

    chandsj Regular Member

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    Ashaway 84 holes racket

    I got ash. BF Light 84 holes racket. Can I have the stringing pattern for this racket. Thanks :confused:
     
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    Standard method for all

    Hi, is there such a thing as standard stringing pattern for all racquets? I'm curious as to what stringing pattern should one use for Apacs, Yonex and Victor racquets.
     
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    No - but usually all patterns will work on racquets but you need to adjust a little to accommodate for the number of holes.
     
  4. Xuser

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    Counting

    Ok thanks. Is there a fast and easy way to know how many holes are in a racquet or must I go about the long way and count the number of holes?
     
  5. Trinhity

    Trinhity Regular Member

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    If you have strung tons of racquets, you can usually tell if there are more holes on the racquet. When working on the mains, you'll see some additional cross grommets near the sides if the racquet has more holes. The additional grommets are always on the "corners" of the racquet at 11, 1, 5, 7 oclock positions.
     
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    Hey thanks again. No, never strung any racquet but thinking of getting into stringing. Hence, the questions.
    Are all grommets the same or if I break the grommets on a certain racquet, I have to use the same size/type?
     
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    Sorry - maybe more like 10/11, 1/2, 4/5, 6/7 o'clock
     
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    Hi All,

    I just wanted double check, can I use the VT80, VT70 &VT60 stringing pattern for a VT 5?
     
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    NO. Look up Yonex.com.
     
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    I have a 72 hole Carlton, anyone have a pattern suitable for it?
     
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    Anyone have a 20x22 pattern for a Karakal/StrengthPro? Ideally one piece pattern (two knot) but a two piece (4 knot) would be also fine.
     
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    Hello,

    anyone have the stringing pattern of the karakal BN 60 (22x22) ?

    I'm newbie and it's different of the classic stringing pattern.

    Thank's in advance.
     
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    as i can see you can just do a 4 knot standard pattern( a little like victor since the last cross is 8T). Id tie off on the T7 for mains and start top down and tie off at T6
     
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    I could see the stringing pattern on another karakal racket.

    It's a stringing pattern classic (2 knot) but the finishing knot for cross is T7
     
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    Hi,

    Does anybody here have an stringing pattern for a Victor Light Fighter 7300 (88 holes). I can't find one on victor hp. Just one for the LF 7000 and LF 7400 :(.
     
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    Hi,

    for information, on a PH 7000 11-12, the sixth grommet at the bottom (B6) is a single grommet . It's impossible to do the knot at this place.

    The stringing pattern for this model maybe different for this year.
     

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