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Help!! I need Babolat Stringing Pattern!

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by mongoose, Jan 19, 2003.

  1. Guillaumeg

    Guillaumeg Regular Member

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    Hi Chilefeu,

    Could you explain how to restring a satelite nitro racquet with 2 knots,
    or do you have a 2 knots stringing pattern?

    Thanks,
     
  2. Skanbuzz

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    Hi

    I have a Babolat satelite Ltd.. what pattern should I follow?
    On racket it stated 20-22 string bad but the player say 22lbs
    I will follow 20/22 but what pattern should I follow? please help or show me where I can get pattern
    normally I tend sto string using 2 knots

    Thanks
     
  3. BengGuan

    BengGuan Regular Member

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    go to http://www.babolat.com/#/badminton/en/products , then choose the model racket that you haved. Then check at bottom right you will find stringing instructions. Just download the pdf.
     
  4. Skanbuzz

    Skanbuzz Regular Member

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    Hi BengGuan,

    Thnaks

    Anyone know what is Satelite Ltd equivalent to?
    I think it is manufactured for Decathlon so not sure what is the equivalent

    Thanks
     
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    This is interesting for a 4 knot, but with a 2 knot which I usually practice I go one to the top to be tied from 17 up and the other from the other side 17 down. And for the holes to be freely available what we do is pass the first 3 top crosses before taking any tension and tying the 1st knot.
     

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