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Yonex BG43 Tournament Strings

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by dream18, Jul 22, 2008.

  1. dream18

    dream18 Regular Member

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    About a week ago, i ordered a few packs of Yonex BG43 Tournament strings rated at 0.75mm ... and i was wondering has anybody in this forum used it before, coz i ordered a few.... and are there any reviews done on these strings?

    Thanks,

    Alan
     
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    I can imagine the string having extremely good durability but lacking repulsion since the string is so thick. Why did you order this string and not other strings?
     
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    LOL 0.75mm they sound like fake yonex strings like bg6
     
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    BG6 isn't a fake yonex string. It's the same thing as BG66 but is made in China instead of Japan.
     
  5. dream18

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    I ordered the string is because i wanted to try something new. hmmm.. what should i do now, coz i have paid for the strings already and hence, they're being sent to my address. =)
     
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    Do what you originally going to do. Use and tell us it really ????.
     
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    Yeah, maybe I should just give it a try and write up a review or something about it.. LOL =P
    But when I brought this BG43 string topic up to my stringer, it didn't seem like a popular string at all. I guess most people use the other more popular ones such as BG65/80/85 and NBG series.
     
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    A comparison to other strings would be nice.:)
     
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    Either this is a joke or you really do not know what is out there because there is a BG-6.

    Is there a BG-37?
     
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    You really love BG37 don't you?:p:p
     
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    xXazn_romeoXx Regular Member

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    lol is there a list of all these yonex strings o_O, one might get the idea that they are fake and lose the opportunity to try them out ;)
     
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    Yeah I do, maybe I should buy it hahah!! :D
     
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    psst.... psst....
    send me a packet.
    i will test it and write review here
    :D:D:D

    is there a bg-39?
     
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    I never heard of BG39.
     
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    Matt keep dreaming his BG37, i go for BG39........:p:D:p:D
     
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    So how thick is it?
     
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    thinking of....... 0.89mm? c/w ti..?
    super durable string
     
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    Just a curious question has anyone tried stringing a badminton racket with tennis string?
     
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    the hole only permit one tennis string, cant share.

    will you try it for us??
    :eek:
     
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    I guess there will be plenty of knots on the racket.:p:p:p
     

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