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knot for badminton racquet only

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by youngwind, Apr 17, 2007.

  1. youngwind

    youngwind Regular Member

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    Thanks for the details! Which website did you pull it from?
     
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    I believe from..

    ..here : http://www.shanghaibadminton.com/bbs/
    Or right click on img above & select Properties-should show the link..;):cool:
     
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    yes,it is from shanghaibadminton.com,but I made the picture myself.
     
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    Pete LSD Regular Member

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    Heaven has badminton :D - that's quite a phrase.

     
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    it almost looks like a Pro knot?
    I'll give this knot a try the next time i string one of my rackets.

    thanks for sharing!
     
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    [​IMG]

    here is Pro Kont, it is different form the kont above,
     
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    :D :D it is my chinese nick name. wellcome to www.chinabadminton.com.
     
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    Hey thanks for the knots. I have 3 nano 9000x rackets. i strung two of them with nanogy 95 at lbs.25x27 on a prince lateral pull machine. On one of them i used the pro knot on the other i used the knot at the top of this page. I have been having problems with my rackets holding tension so i am testing which knots hold tension for the longest amount of time. I play on a college school team so I play badminton about 8 hours a day. I also work in a pro shop so i get paid to string my own rackets:) hahaha:rolleyes:
     
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    Looks very interesting. So, just 1 knot is good enough? :rolleyes:
     
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    I've done four rackets using this knot as my tie-off knot, and it's excellent - it takes minimal dexterity, lends itself well to initial tightening and, with 10% overpull, hardly slips at all. It also looks very neat and tidy, especially if the excess is trimmed very close.

    I wouldn't try it as a starting knot, though.
     
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    I cannot see the picture on the 1st post, is it still there? Youngwind do you mind to post the picture again? Thanks.
     
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    I can see it right now,maybe it is something wrong with your computer:confused::confused::confused:
     
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