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    Well that is all i can think off at the moment, feel free to upload your findings.

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    Forza:
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    these are excellent! thanks for looking them up and posting them here. first time i see the pattern for the FORZA 96 holes. that's pretty crazy stuff.

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    Not a problem i kinda did it so we could have a easy and fast refference.

    I am still looking so some more to add in:

    RSL
    Carlton
    Black Knight
    etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggybil View Post
    Not a problem i kinda did it so we could have a easy and fast refference.

    I am still looking so some more to add in:

    RSL
    Carlton
    Black Knight
    etc...
    closest thing for BN is this:

    http://www.blackknight.ca/patron.php



    basically 22Mx23C

    no Yonex style 9->11->10 loop back. ie. simple mains pattern. tie off at 7.

    cross starts bottom up at 8. 23 mains, and then tie off at 6 on the top.

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    I'll try to find a pic, easier for some to understand.

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    Have to say the main tie-off loop for the 96-hole rackets is way too long. What I did when I had the 550VS:

    Mains as normal till 9, jump from 9 to 11, then 11 to 12, then 12 to 10. This puts you nearer the top of the racket. Use the short side to do the top two crosses and tie off at the place shown; long side does the rest.

    Thread hijack over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggybil View Post
    you still dont get it right?
    all i mean is:
    there are only 3 main patterns for yonex racquets

    it would be way more useful if someone just listed all the racket models that fit to the particular pattern, because lets assume someone that is totally new to stringing watches this thread and doesnt see his racket model in the list, hes going to assume it belongs to the 'other rackets' pattern even though his racket doesnt have 72 holes

    all you did was printscreen the 2012 catalogue, which only lists the more recent rackets

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    Quote Originally Posted by blableblibloblu View Post
    you still dont get it right?
    all i mean is:
    there are only 3 main patterns for yonex racquets

    it would be way more useful if someone just listed all the racket models that fit to the particular pattern, because lets assume someone that is totally new to stringing watches this thread and doesnt see his racket model in the list, hes going to assume it belongs to the 'other rackets' pattern even though his racket doesnt have 72 holes

    all you did was printscreen the 2012 catalogue, which only lists the more recent rackets
    or teach them how to identify what type of racket theirs are.

    72 holes, 76 holes, and 78 holes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    or teach them how to identify what type of racket theirs are.72 holes, 76 holes, and 78 holes.
    Whatever Kwun said... I want to add this is a reference thread not a "teach me how to string thread" People always look for pattern for special customer or just to try something different, and this is where all these accumulated diagram will help them out. If they can't do or don't know how to do I am sure they will ask.

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    And of course an old school one that i found
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    Quote Originally Posted by biggybil View Post
    The one on the left is for the Satlite series except Brio & Synchro but the only difference is that you should make the knot for the mains at 19 and 16. The one on the right is for the XFEEL series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phili View Post
    The one on the left is for the Satlite series except Brio & Synchro but the only difference is that you should make the knot for the mains at 19 and 16. The one on the right is for the XFEEL series.
    Tnx for the clarification.

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    this is similar to the one you've posted at #14 .... Classic Haribito

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    Is there a haribito stringing pattern but in english?

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