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    friend's Prince Triple Threat Tungsten Warrior
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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Another JP go to heaven. This time my AT700. Broke at 12 o'clock during a smash. I think i hit the frame too hard. No clashes. Good thing i have another spare one.

    4u or 3u?
    did u discard it or cremate it?

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    one of my carlton airblade superlites
    broke with a mis-hit on a smash earlier today.

    it fell apart at the 9*clock position.
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    Default suspicious????

    are u sure ur mp 90 is real???
    can u sent a larger pic of the cone of ur mp 90( if u still have it).
    from the pic i see now. the yonex logo on the cone looks very suspicious

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    I just wonder if most of the fallen rackets posted here are all strung above and beyond their manufacturer's suggested stringing tensions?

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    Angry Dead Prince More+ 85

    I noticed this during gameplay....
    The strings have sheared through the frame at the join line, probably due to the 'special patented' construction of these rackets, being made from two parts bonded/glued together.
    The racket received fairly light use, 2.5 hours a week for 13 months. Was restrung with BG65 @ 25lbs a few months ago.

    CentralSports.co.uk said the racket was out of warranty so I could get lost
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    I have never seen a broken Cab8 before!!
    (It's indestructable!)
    Indeed.. and its broken at the metal frame...
    makes me wonder how hard were u hitting the wall with it

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    Thats a bad break. An Ugly one too.

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    Default i've broken my 5 rackets every year

    up to now i couldn't find a racket can be used a year, so i think that is normal and don't feel upset. i also feel proud when i normally used hard smash and i hear a crash sound from shaft or wood's grip. i know the racket is gone!

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    My beloved At700. Just a while ago.
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    Wow! Sorry for your loss

    -dave

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    if you dont mind me asking, how did that one happen ants? and im sorry for your loss.

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    Read anger management on court in the general forum and all shall be revealed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    My beloved At700. Just a while ago.
    Was it that you had just spotted your favourite racket a day ago, and could not wait to get it sooner possible. Eliminating the current one was the best way!

    Just kidding! Anyway.... was your AT700 a 3U or 4U? And... what was your tension?

    I am trying to get another AT700 but will prefer a 3U... the current one is 4U.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua
    Was it that you had just spotted your favourite racket a day ago, and could not wait to get it sooner possible. Eliminating the current one was the best way!

    Just kidding! Anyway.... was your AT700 a 3U or 4U? And... what was your tension?

    I am trying to get another AT700 but will prefer a 3U... the current one is 4U.

    Thanks.
    It was a 3UG4 strung at 33lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    It was a 3UG4 strung at 33lbs.
    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    It was a 3UG4 strung at 33lbs.
    You must be having very strong arms, I salute you!

    I am still with my 29 x 29LBS...

    Will wait for the new colour scheme before I get my new racket.

    Thanks.

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    Hmm, I could almost add a broken AT800De here.. I'm very lucky it survived a clash with a ALUMINIUM raquet ! I haven't seen a broken AT800 so far so I believe in the durability of it (however, I've seen a lot of broken AT700 's)..

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