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    These are what remains of my 2 broken Cab30ms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    These are what remains of my 2 broken Cab30ms.
    How did you break these twos? lessons to be learned for my cab30s

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuyu2010 View Post
    How did you break these twos? lessons to be learned for my cab30s
    The first one was stupidity. I tried to drive back a shuttle from about 3 feet above the ground. Slammed the racket into the floor (rubber) and the racket head imploded.

    The 2nd one was plain stubbornness. Strung the racket up to 28lbs against the advise of my usual stringer (Soh). The head collapsed a few strokes after one hard knock.

    Lessons... Cab30 + >26lbs tension does not like rough doubles play... main reason of the reason for this. To cure general stupidity in play, I am getting this .

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post


    These are what remains of my 2 broken Cab30ms.
    you could convert them into a pen ! Just find something to glue a bit of the end of a pen onto it, and you could write with it !

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    In here i lay my beloved, its still fresh in the memories but, I wish that she may rest in pieces...


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    i now apologize in advance for the double post and the big ass picture.

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    ^^
    Holy smokes! How did you break that in 4 pieces?
    And 2 breaks right thru the part where it says "durable frame" too!

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    I was just trying to prove a point, that it is not durable.... jk lol.

    it was during a championship / inter school tournament... and the winners represent the city/province in the provincials... lost in the finals... i really wanted it, i came out of the gym then look for a solid floor..... ooohh my its so gruesome..

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    Broken but still in one piece.

    Has anyone come across or had this happen to them. Playing MD with the father in law the other night and We both went for the same shot..... (hands up my fault entirely because I did not know where he was) racquets collided with quite a loud bang. When we checked our racquets both seemed grand. But the next rally he ran off court to change racquets complaining that his just seemed broken. I had a quick go afterwards with it and it did seem different. Later that night I checked for any hairline cracks but there was nothing. I was a AT700 limited edition (yes I know I'll have a fun time trying to replace it).

    What do you reckon is it dead or would a re-string fix it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by toomanyracquets View Post
    Broken but still in one piece.

    Has anyone come across or had this happen to them. Playing MD with the father in law the other night and We both went for the same shot..... (hands up my fault entirely because I did not know where he was) racquets collided with quite a loud bang. When we checked our racquets both seemed grand. But the next rally he ran off court to change racquets complaining that his just seemed broken. I had a quick go afterwards with it and it did seem different. Later that night I checked for any hairline cracks but there was nothing. I was a AT700 limited edition (yes I know I'll have a fun time trying to replace it).

    What do you reckon is it dead or would a re-string fix it..
    Hmm, thats a strange one, have you checked all the grommets, no chips whatsoever ? Not even a scratch? In this instance a picture will speak a thousand words.
    If it is dead, there are still 1 or 2 places you can get them, 1 of which in the UK.

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    Default Broken APACS-TLE and LLSp: 4 months old.

    Check the photos of my broken APACS light rackets.
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    how did u manage to do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyomaEchizen View Post
    how did u manage to do that?
    Check my other post - http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...39002&page=176

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    Default Broken TLE

    Another photo of my broken TLE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyomaEchizen View Post
    how did u manage to do that?
    Low quality grip wood I guess.

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    i think you can get the grip wood replaced.

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    I don't know how you guys managed to break rackets into many different pieces. The worst that can happen to my rackets is broken strings, Happened to me over 200 times. Oh, I've replaced strings so many times that my friend has married the owner's half-sister. So many countless visits to his shop.


    Other than that, I've scraped rackets too. Sometimes, small parts chipped off but the size of it just as big and thick as a chocolate flake. That only happened to me when I play doubles!

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