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eagnas st-250 setting up

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by ormy4, Jan 28, 2009.

  1. ormy4

    ormy4 Regular Member

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    Any one have one need to ask a few questions regarding setting up so tensioner moves better along the gear track.

    thks
     
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    Yes, I adjusted the wheels before. It was a complete pain to unscrew and move the wheels.

     
  3. ormy4

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    there are 4 bolts that keep it straight along the gear track.

    top rear is a bolt and spacer snugs against outside rail
    top front is a washer, bearing, black tab, and bolt, bearing rolls along top of rail above gear track, black tab holds against side of that track.

    lower rear is a washer,bearing, black tab, and bolt, bearing rolls along bottom of rail, black tab holds against side.
    lower front is a stop and bolt, points upward against bottom of rail that gear track is mounted to.

    tightened top rear, and top front and top bearing rolls when moving.

    Is now stable, bit of effort but bottom rear bearing doesn't touch rail when it moves. Since that bolt is just snug due to being too hard to move when tight it tends to loosen up and throw off stringing. Adjusted gear rail and all bolts seems better now but wondering if I am doing something wrong or this is normal. Have a picture if someone has a machine to compare it to if needed.
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