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Stringing techniques

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by ayl, Sep 23, 2002.

  1. ayl

    ayl Regular Member

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    G'day all,

    I've done a bit of searching here and althought there are heaps of information in regards to this topic, I still need some more help.

    I've recently taken up stringing my own rackets as a hobby and although I am getting good at it, I like to know more about the art of restring a badminton racket.

    Basically I am seeking some picture / diagram or specific instructions on how to string a racket, ie., different lacing methods, be it 2 string or single string, proper way to tie an knot, threading thru grommets, etc.

    Currently I am doing a single string technique using a 4 point drop weight machine, and I want to know and try 2 string techniques. Also I am having trouble string BG66 at high tensions (23+lbs) although I don't seem to have such problem with any other string be it BG65 or BG85....

    Maybe professional stringers like YY Fan can help me out....:confused:
     
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    Winex West Can Regular Member

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    http://www.prospeed.com.my/Step.htm

    this is a site from prospeed.com that has numerous diagrams that show you how to string a racquet. You can probably give it a try. good luck.
     
  4. ayl

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    Thanks guys - great sites for information! Cheers.:)
     

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