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    My poor broken MX-JJS

    I'd only had it a few months and my first clash ended up with it out of action. But I really liked it so I ordered another one from RKEP and it arrived within a week! Really happy and will be more aware of who I'm playing with now...

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    Sorry to hear about your mishap..

    at what tension did you strung it?

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    26lb, but this guy literally smashed his racket against mine and was taking every single shot. I've have clashes before with Yonex rackets, but none of broken after the first clash. Oh well

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    Why didn't you return the favour? Smash him back... (just kidding )
    Have you ever tried Arcsaber FB previously? Some of the forumers even nicknamed it "Fast Break".

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    Lol, he simply said sorry and muttered something in Chinese. His racket was perfectly fine and it was obvious it was his fault, so the least I think he could have offered to compensate it a bit. Funnily enough, after I told my friend I had ordered another MX-JJS, he said why didn't I buy his FB off him.

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    Bro - you can easily repair this and play with the same strength as before. Little Araldite and used racket strings can do the trick. Infact the bond can be stronger than before. The best part is that you can do this yourself in 5-10 mins. Do comment if you want to know how and I will also upload the photo of a racket I repaired.

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    Really? Because I still have the racket. Even though I've bought another one already, if it only takes 5 to 10 minutes, I wouldn't mind having a go.

    Quote Originally Posted by ankitunicorn View Post
    Bro - you can easily repair this and play with the same strength as before. Little Araldite and used racket strings can do the trick. Infact the bond can be stronger than before. The best part is that you can do this yourself in 5-10 mins. Do comment if you want to know how and I will also upload the photo of a racket I repaired.

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