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Stringing a victor racket wth a yonex pattern

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by TimothyHsu, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. TimothyHsu

    TimothyHsu Regular Member

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    Would stringing a victor racket with a yonex stringing pattern conclude with bad results?
     
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    What racket are you trying to string? I've done Braveswords (72 holes) with the Yonex 4-knot pattern instead of Victor's recommended 2-knot, and there weren't any problems.
     
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    Same here. I've also strung some Super Waves (37) and Meteors X80s as well using 4 knots.
     
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    Yeah, my Meteors are 4 knots as well, although it wasn't me who strung them. Shouldn't have any negative results.
     
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    Like a bravesword 9
     
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    I've been at this for four years, and I never knew Victor had different instructions. I've always strung them with a Yonex 2PTD and never had any problems.

    Also, many Victors have room for an extra cross at the bottom - if T7 is a big grommet, you can tie your mains there, use T8 for a cross, and tie the crosses at T6.
     
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    That's what i love about stringing Victor rackets because they have extra shared/cross grommets that you can add for frequent clients that hit off-center and break strings. =)
     
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    The Meteor series has room for one at the top as well (but it's a bugger to pull it straight if you use a thicker load spreader).
     
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    aha thanks everyone! :D
     
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    i have done super waves and brave sword series with no problem
     
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    Same here. My MX80s, SW35s and BS10s are all strung with 4 knots. No Problem.
     

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