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more durable Bg65 or Bg 65 ti ???

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by Benasp, Jul 12, 2005.

  1. Benasp

    Benasp Regular Member

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    wich is the more durable or is there a noticeable difference. Cause i broke a yellow bg65 pack and i'm gonna make a Hybrid with another pack of black bg 65, Quite cool mix :p. So the question is where i put the 65ti.

    IMO i'm gonna put it on the cross cause it seem less durable than normal 65 and the string always break in the main
     
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    I've always found BG-65ti less durable than BG-65.
     
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    In my opinion, BG65 is the most durable string from Yonex. I think BG65 is thick. However, I haven't tried BG65 Power (I cannot find it here), perhaps it is more durable?
     
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    BG 65 was always more durable than 65 Ti...IF you're a strong smasher ..65 Ti can crack in couple of smashes..
     
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    I used to use BG66 but recently I tried BG 68Ti on CAB 9 Tour. It was snapped ony in one month. I re-strung last night and wonder to see its longevity in this month.
     

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