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Tension for Browning Racquets

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by toomanyracquets, Nov 13, 2010.

  1. toomanyracquets

    toomanyracquets Regular Member

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    Hi all,

    I've been given a Browning Platinum Nano 75 to string. It shows no recommended string tension on the frame. I have googled and searched all afternoon but have had no results. I have even called the company the girl bought it from but they didn't answer.

    Has anyone had any experience stringing these racquets or even had their own browning strung and know what tension they go to?

    Thanks

    Chris:)
     
  2. toomanyracquets

    toomanyracquets Regular Member

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    22lbs of tension didn't break it if anyone else has to string one of these..
     
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    Browning nicely

    I had a couple of these to do recently , and couldn't find any info either. The first was a Turboron model , very slim and slender, but accepted 21 lbs without any frame movement at all. The second was a Graph-lite , a much chunkier affair but again, no sign of movement at 22 lbs . Both were made in Belgium in the 1990's
     
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    pictures of the racquet?
     

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