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    Thumbs down My Snow Peak racket broke

    it broke i had a normal clash with it. with my partners racket and the next time i smashed it broke but the wierd thing was it broke in 3 places.

    i can't send an image as i've chucked it away.

    it broke in the 10/2/4 o clock positions i'm a bit baffeled by this the racket was 3 1/2 years old and had about 30/40 clashes with it paint chipped off it.

    but how does it break in 3 places.

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    any picture??

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    Default Re: My Snow Peak racket broke

    Originally posted by ttktom


    it broke in the 10/2/4 o clock positions i'm a bit baffeled by this the racket was 3 1/2 years old and had about 30/40 clashes with it paint chipped off it.

    but how does it break in 3 places.
    My thought is, the 3rd spot is already weakened by numerous of clashes previously. Once the racket snaps, the huge unbalanced force "triggered" the old injuries, and made 1 more snap.

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