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    Default Is there any possible way to fix this broken racket?


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    You can get it repaired but the frame won't be as strong as before obviously & it won't perform like how it did before it broke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    You can get it repaired but the frame won't be as strong as before obviously & it won't perform like how it did before it broke.
    how can i repair it? I was thinking about soldering.....

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    some kind of alloy is used to hold them together..idk the exact name of that thing or the process... it may break again in a day or may lasy a few weeks, depends on your luck. good repairmen/stores file a little bit on either side to equate the weight.

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    Quick question @johnnxiv . Why does the white part look like you spilled spaghetti on your racquet? Also keep in mind that if you get it repaired the balance of the racquet will be thrown out of whack so your money and effort would probably be better off spent somewhere else.

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    that right,good repairmen/stores file a little bit on either side to equate the weight.thanks

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