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Question regarding string tension

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by JoshuaCYS, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. JoshuaCYS

    JoshuaCYS Regular Member

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    I have a Yonex NS300 which states that the recommended string tension is from 17-22 lbs. Can I string it higher than 22 lbs? (Perhaps 24 lbs?)
     
  2. Avenger

    Avenger Regular Member

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    yes you can, the recommended string tension purpose is only for warranty
    so if you strung it more than 22lbs, your warranty will void
     
  3. JoshuaCYS

    JoshuaCYS Regular Member

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    Thanks, I asked this question because shopkeeper warned me not to string above the recommended tension and he would not be responsible if the racket snaps/breaks.
     
  4. a|extan

    a|extan Regular Member

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    yes
    u can do anything to yr racket...but of course...do it at yr own risk
     

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