So I've been asked about my stringing a Zelm Trixon 8 at 20/28. I originally got this idea from Lobeh on these forums, who strings his Cab 20s. If you want to see his original posts, they are contained in the first 3 pages of the Zymax strings thread. The discussion started on this thread. Distan3 and PeteLSD showed some interest in it, so instead of stealing that thread, here's a new one. So when I say 20/28, I mean I tension the mains at 20 pounds, and 28 pounds. I did it on a Klippermate M140, with a 2 pound prestretch. I made sure to clamp the racket down tightly, and while dropweights aren't really calibrated, I did check the tension using the "water-jug" technique and it was correctly tensioned. The stringing method was a 2 piece method, prestring the whole thing,and middle out on both mains and crosses (I hate starting knots). I applied 2 extra pounds on the last two mains on either side, and 2 extra pounds on the last two crosses on the top and bottom to account for tension loss in the knots. My knots are the Richard Parnell Pro knots. There was no deformity in the racket at all, not from what I can see. I compared it to two highly similar iso head rackets strung by stringers obviously better than me.