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Should I string a cracked racket?

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by kirbosmash, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. kirbosmash

    kirbosmash Regular Member

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    Hi, I have an Arcsaber 7. It has a small crack near the bottom of the head frame, and the strings recently broke. Should I get it restrung, or should I leave it be, as it very well might break any moment? thanks!
     
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    Was the crack your fault? If not, definitely restring and if it breaks, claim warranty. If it was damaged in a clash or something, I'd say it depends. I suppose you've got nothing to lose though. If you just leave it, you won't have the racket and if it breaks you won't so again, why not risk it? Be aware it might break though.
     
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    Can you post a picture for us to see? I think it'll be much easier for us to tell with a few good pictures.
     
  4. kirbosmash

    kirbosmash Regular Member

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    how do I post an image?
    when I press "go advanced" and put the image in, all it shows is the file name, etc.
     
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    ckaSVEN Regular Member

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    I go to http://tinypic.com and upload my pictures there. Once it's uploaded, go to the forum and go to "Post Reply" instead of doing Quick Reply, press the "Insert Image" button above the text box, and copy and paste the direct link [where it's like http://tinypic.com/somethingsomething.jpg or .png, etc] into that and it should show up.
     
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    it depends how is and where is the crack???????
    a picture please just for information,
    MING
     
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    You wanna sell me your crack racket if you planned to throw it away. If it cracked only on 1 side, then i will buy.
     

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