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Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by kwun, Mar 27, 2013.
Just got this from a stringing client. Someone is so kind to me.
Very nice, looks in good condition too...
I'm looking for the orange and green to complete my collection!
client says he bought it in 1986 in Singapore.
notice there is no "SP" on the shaft. perhaps they haven't made the differentiation then.
Get this racket from a teacher (which uses the racket for school sport) on thursday: Yonex Carbonex 6000 (Serial: 5730968/50802GR)
Don't know, how old the racket is, but looks old
I also get an Carbonex 20 Long with a strange serial. Posting this tomorrow...
Here is the Yonex Carbonex 20 Long (Serial 12018GR):
The lovely AT700 Limited strung at 29/31 BG-80P
Erm.... what da....... ?!?
Not sure about the racket but string job gone awry
That's a funny looking badminton racket....
Took me 30 minutes to string that. Anyone who wants finger strength and speed while stringing should practice on tennis rackets
I hope that's what it looked like before it was strung and not after.
Got this one 6 month ago.
do you think i care? it is just tennis racket. haha.
client gave me a black string which turned out pretty nice to be honest.
what tension did you string it at?
Does the ES5 go down to 10 lb?
Yes, minimum tension on the ES5 is 10 lbs, I strung the racket at 12 lbs.
12... that'd be... interesting Shuttle sinking three inches into the racket?
Got this for free from a client and was pretty daring that day so I strung it up at 20x22lbs.
Cool. My dad had one! Did it have the clamps with it?
Got this gem this week.