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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    I had the same question last year. Please follow the link. Mark A did a superb explaination there.

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ine?highlight=

    BTW IMO Load spreaders are the best investment for a machine beside Michal's supports.
    Also if you are willing to shell out money, Toyo clamps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    LS's have benefits at high tension and no drawbacks at low tension. And they're dirt cheap.

    Just get them.
    load spreaders can push the post so far out it blocks the top cross 'extra' cross on victor meteor rackets

    Is it equally important to use load spreaders at top and bottom? I have only been using one at 12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amleto View Post
    load spreaders can push the post so far out it blocks the top cross 'extra' cross on victor meteor rackets
    Yep, but the new "coloured" version from MBS minimizes the effect.

    Is it equally important to use load spreaders at top and bottom? I have only been using one at 12.
    I'd say it's better not to use one at the bottom - there's not only no need, it can allow the racket turn in the machine.

    Some machines force you to, like the Adidas.

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