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Hybrid Combination?

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by gtabad, Feb 8, 2008.

  1. gtabad

    gtabad Regular Member

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    Has anyone used a combination of strings for 2 piece stringing? It is very popular with Tennis rackets but for badminton?

    I'm interested to know how that would work out. BG 66 on the main for power and BG 65 on the cross for durability. I would assume that hybrid string would be recommended for high skilled players as they could really feel the different. Any comments or thought?
     
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    do a search. ..........
     
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    well.......i think that with 66 and 65, you will get problems, as the 65 loses tension very quickly, and the 66 keeps the tension for awhile....
    deformed rackets anyone???
     
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    One of my friends did this except he only put two bg 66 strings near the top of his racket where he always contacts the bird on his drop shots, he had no problems and the racket was a Nanospeed 8000.
     

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