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where to repair racquet in malaysia?

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by Hanamichi, May 30, 2009.

  1. Hanamichi

    Hanamichi Regular Member

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    hi, i have a arcsaber10 which cracked recently on the head. i just want to know can i repair this and where to. i', staying in malaysia. please help
     
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    Amin Khalili Regular Member

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    which area??????
     
  3. Hanamichi

    Hanamichi Regular Member

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    i am staying in subang jaya
     
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    How much repair cost? Crack on frame.. Nanospeed 9900
     
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    I am curious on the techonology.
    May I know how they repair it???
     
  7. makulien

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    Hi,

    FYI, I repaired before also racket at AJ Racket Bandar Puteri Puchong it cost around RM40 to RM50 if I not mistaken. But anyhow you will need to lower down the string tension. then it can last but sure its not in 100% condition and it might be heavier at the repair side compare to the normal side. So its off balance. But for normal game still can use.

    From I can see, they are using kind of very hard epoxy to fill the broken part. That's nanospeed 9900, second after my BS12 broken too. I decide not to repair anymore. Let it RIP.

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