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Number of strings to use

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by SonicBoomAttack, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. SonicBoomAttack

    SonicBoomAttack Regular Member

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    Hi All,

    My friend went to a Badminton shop and he says that for at least the MP-66 and AT700 that you need to use two pieces of string to string new racquets instead of a single piece. This results in four knots instead of two. Is this correct because other retailers appear to use just the single string?

    who is telling the truth.

    cheers
    MC
     
  2. azn_123

    azn_123 Regular Member

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    You buy one pack of string and for two piece method you cut the string into 2 sections.
     
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    azn_123 Regular Member

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    btw that's for one-one Racquet
     
  4. SonicBoomAttack

    SonicBoomAttack Regular Member

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    sorry AZN,

    what i meant was that he says u must use two strings to string a Yonex racquet otherwise it will ruin the racquet and void the warranty

    thanks
    MC
     
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    Yonex recommend the 2 string method (otherwise warranty is void) but others such as SOTX use one string method. Personally I prefer the 2 string method.
     
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    Here is my suggestion: Do whatever you want with non-Yonex racquet. For Yonex racquet: Do wahtever you want after the warranty is over.
     
  7. SonicBoomAttack

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    Thanks Guys,

    i'll always ask for the two stringing method from now on!
     
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    are there so many stringing methods? :p i only thought there was one. :p
     

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