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    Default Racquet with highest string tension taking capability?

    Hi,can anybody tell me which racquet takes on highest string tension!I heard about two racquets from ASHAWAY named 1.power force and 2.power smash which is claimed to take 33 lbs. by the company itself.can anybody enlighten me about this topic?

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    Most high quality rackets can take this tension.

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    no,I actually trying to get the information about those racquets.Besides,said two racquets are specified to take 33 lbs. but in actual practice it can take more.
    I don't know much racquets which can take even 33 lbs.

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    Apacs can take high tension

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    But 33 lbs. is seriously high.As far as I know even VTZF2 can take 31 lbs. max.

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    Again: Any top class Yonex racket can take 33lbs.
    VT80, VTZF, Nanoray 800&900, Arc11, ...

    Played them all at this tensions.

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    Thanks for the information.Can you enlighten me about those 2 ashaway racquets??

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    Quote Originally Posted by |_Footwork_| View Post
    Again: Any top class Yonex racket can take 33lbs.
    VT80, VTZF, Nanoray 800&900, Arc11, ...

    Played them all at this tensions.
    APACS are renowned for citing high max tensions, but most top-end stuff will go into the low-mid 30's these days. I've played Pandas and my Victor K9000's and (current) JS-10's - all 4U - at 32/33 with prestretch, for example.

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    I wouldn't hesitate a second to string any top-end Victor or Li Ning racket that high, too.

    You lose warranty, but unless you clash the racket, they'll gonna withstand 33lbs...

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