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    Default Customizing Racket Balance

    On my page www.badminton-tips.de i show some examples, how to manipulate the balance of a badminton-racket.
    Text is in german, but the images show all details.

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    Adding some wires and taping it with an electric tape should be good for people who can't buy lead tape never thought of that....

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    Thanks for feedback.

    I wish to use things, that i have at home (and not have to buy).
    Not for saving money, but for saying: I have made fire with my own hands and not with a lighter.
    That is one concept in many articles on my webside.

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    Well, it's not a big thing. Everybody here knows this. Nothing to hawk with. Do you think everybody here is stupid? Maybe you wanna tell us why the fat guy on a seesaw stays on the ground? LMFAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    Well, it's not a big thing. Everybody here knows this. Nothing to hawk with. Do you think everybody here is stupid? Maybe you wanna tell us why the fat guy on a seesaw stays on the ground? LMFAO
    No need to be so negative about it. This whole forum is made to share information about what you know and learn what you don't know.
    Maybe you wanna tell us why you need to waste your time being all negative on other people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegrobi View Post
    Thanks for feedback.

    I wish to use things, that i have at home (and not have to buy).
    Not for saving money, but for saying: I have made fire with my own hands and not with a lighter.
    That is one concept in many articles on my webside.

    bye,
    thegrobi
    Seems like your blog has many good things to share with this forum.....but would be better if there were some english translations I get frustrated with google translate.......it get's really weird translations sometimes...
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangenetic View Post
    Seems like your blog has many good things to share with this forum.....but would be better if there were some english translations I get frustrated with google translate.......it get's really weird translations sometimes...
    Thanks
    Inspired by your comment i made my page 2language. German and English.
    I know, that there are many many errors, but hope, that it is now easier for english speaking user to understand.

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    www.badminton-tips.de/en (english)

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    ouch...what actually happened to your right leg? and it seems doesn't stop you from playing/couching badminton
    wow...that's really amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aril79 View Post
    ...and it seems doesn't stop you from playing/couching badminton
    wow...that's really amazing!
    In my opinion to play (and coach) with a transtibial prosthesisit is not as difficult as many people think.

    With some motivation anybody can reach nearly anything.

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