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How to know max string tension for racket...

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by shinn, Jul 6, 2009.

  1. shinn

    shinn Regular Member

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    Hi guys,

    i know each racket have different max tension. how do i know the max tension for a racket?? does the weight have anything to do with it or the E.G. 3G-4U have anything to do with it.....just wanna know how to read that out.....

    thanks
     
  2. chewablemorphin

    chewablemorphin Regular Member

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    when it implodes, it's too much tension.
     
  3. shinn

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    i think thats a given......wanna know like how the ppl at the badminton shop know what is the tension range....
     
  4. Capnx

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    every racket comes with a recommended tension range, usually from 18 to 24 or 25lb. after that, i guess it's just based on word of mouth, trial and error, and past experiences for different models.
     
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    I like that answer ROFL!! :D:p How about explodes or shatters :p!
     
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    No, no, I think he's right. It implodes and becomes a black hole.:cool:
     

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