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Need help from pro stringer!

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by DannyYan, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. DannyYan

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    Hi guys ,I owned a victor mx Jjs here..today I went to a stringer in my place here where I always gt rest of my racket strung by him...normally he will make one of the line at the bottom goes without the Horizontal strings..that goes find with the normal 72 holes racket as all the grommets are used.but today I told him not to do this on my victor mx Jjs ...because its a 80 holes rCket yet he strung it his way and one of the grommets at 7 o'clock was left unstrung...is this going to spoilt the racket??? It looks fine on the frame so I din think much...help!!!
     
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    I suggest you post a photo of it. Not 100% sure what you mean.
     
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    I don't think it will, but he should have strung it through that bottom horizontal cross.....maybe he has lack of experience. :confused:

    And I can't believe he has three strings going through that one grommet??? WTF?
     
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    that is the reason! i cant say he lacks of experience..because he is really good at stringing...he has been doing this for quite many years... but now i doubt that did he really know how to string a 80 hole racket because maybe he is used to those 72 holes rackets and forgot the actual way to string the latter one? >.<...will the part where 3 strings are in a hole spoilt because too much tension is depending on it?...
     
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    I just strung my Meteor X70 and X80 using 2 piece stringing modified Yonex pattern. Still very easy. Maybe he likes to skip at the bottom like some other stringers I know.....try to make fancy. LOL
     
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    can show me?... i wanna learn it! hahaha
    is it really ok? they said that this way of stringing is to make the string sound clearer and louder...it really does! haha and it reduces time of the string to drop pounds...
    anyway the place where 3 strings are in a grommet is the palce where he ended the tie..every rackets are the same when it is used as the end tie
     
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    My racquet has 4 knots and I never tie off where there is already 2 strings there. Too much stress. If you want a lighter headed racquet then you should NOT be using Victor Meteor JJS....LOL
     
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    owh u use the 4 knots way...i dun like the 4 knots way because it is tighter..isnt it?..
    i used to hh racket..dun like light headed racket..=)
     
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    That is what I'm trying to explain to you. Why skip a line to make head lighter? You already using JJS. how funny
     
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    hahahaha bro u mistook my meaning! haha i meant he skipped one line because they said by skipping one line at that particular grommet can slower down the dropping lbs of the string! haha
     
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    maybe......but 4 knots is better to keep the tension to not dropping the lbs of the string.
     
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    hmm ok...i just chat with the stringer..he insisted that no problem and nothing is going to happe...and he said...if string it to the full the string will be like dead...hahahaha lmfao....
     
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    What a tool! Lmfao......hahaha
     
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    haha i think i m going to chg it no matter what tomorrow..haha
     
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    The Victor Meteors have a unique stringing pattern. You should print one out and take it to your stringer.
     
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    Great idea
     
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    The cross he skipped is pretty damn mandatory... I don't think any experienced stringer would string it like that, and even less leave it like that.

    A good hit at that particular spot on the racket could probably cause the strings to break.

    As for the knots, the "right" way of doing it for 4 knots is to have the bottom knots at b10 on each side, so 3 strings in the same hole (easily done if you enter your knot string and your cross string before tensionning the cross). b6 is ok, but it's a longer way from the last main to the knot and you have to get 2 strings to fit in b5, which can be quite tedious in some cases. It surely is not wrong to do it like that though.
     
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    double post.
     

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