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Pictures of my broken mp-77.

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by unregistered, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. unregistered

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    Okaay guys, these are some pics of my broken mp77, my father had swinged my racket while playing a game and wacked his knee, apparently he did more damage to the knee then himself. it was only a minor crack but when i started to use the mp77 by smashing a few shots, it suddenly bended. had it about a year but was my reserved racket so didnt use it that much.
     
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    did you attach the pictures?

    you can post pictures as attatchment. that way everybody will get to see them.
     
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    man.. i dunno why when i want to upload them i get this error page.
     
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    Is his knee not part of himself? :D

    If not He definitley did more damage than a broken racket! :D
     
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    awwwww... R.I.P
     
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    ok PICS ARE UP~!
     

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    Thats where mine snapped too. Mine was an old style one, and an ex-demonstration.

    You gonna get another? or try somthing different?
     
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    well, still using my cab20ms, as hardy as ever. Maybe ill get at800 or something..
     
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    What tension and string was the MP77 strung with?
     
  10. HoustonRockets

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    can you fix the racket like that?
     
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    yes, i say it is definitely fixable on that one
     
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    Can you fix it youself, or does it have to be sent somewhere?? I have a mp77 and a vintage cab21 both broken there. Both didn't break as artistically as that, otherwise I would have taken some pics too :D
     
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    it depends on breakage location.
    yes, i had them send out to a guy i know that repair racket in town.

    I had 3 WB30, and 1 cab21 repaired 9 years ago.
    I dont repair racket now because i dont break them anymore (coz me stringing??) and i got too many racket to play with now.
     
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    is this a sarcasm or what? :confused:
     
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    rob from sweetspot up here in edmonton ships them out to somewhere in calgary to do repairs! do you know if its the same place?
     
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    Was strung using bg65 at 23lbs.
     
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    oh wow.. i didnt know you could fix racquets that are broken at the frame
     
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    The top frame of the racquet has done a lot of Milage :p
     
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    if u have to ship, then it isnt worth fixiing it
     

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