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Wise head on a gamma progressionII 602FC

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by heroclass, Oct 24, 2013.

  1. heroclass

    heroclass Regular Member

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    HI,

    I was doing some research and I see that I need to get a wise drop weight adapter in order for a wise 2086 tension head to fit. I was wondering do I also need a gamma adapter or do I only need the drop weight adapter.

    thanks,
     
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    only the drop weight adapter. the gamma adapter is needed mostly for cranks to raise the wise higher.
     
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    Adapter

    Where can one get the drop weight adapter and how much is this adapter? Is it easy to install this adapter?
     
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    google wise dropweight adapter
     
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    ..

    Thanks for the link. Looks like an ordinary bracket that are already pre-drilled.
     
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    I have your exact machine without fixed clamps, but it probably won't change things. I had to drill a hole in the adapter for it to fit properly. The distance between the bolts on the tension arm is 35mm, while the holes on the adapter at about 55mm apart.

    I got everything from tennishead.com
     

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