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    hey guyz
    i'm planning on getting a NS8000 and restring with BG65 string
    any suggestions on what u guyz think?
    thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoshino
    hey guyz
    i'm planning on getting a NS8000 and restring with BG65 string
    any suggestions on what u guyz think?
    thx
    i just strung mine with yonex BG-66 @25lbs.
    so powerful !! haha.

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    is there anyway that i can tell the ppl who string the rackets at sportchek to put it at a certain tension such as 25lbs or 23lbs?....just wondering cuz when i got my carlton flex TI racket restrung they never asked me at what tension i want to get it restrung at.

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    with all honesty i probally wouldnt go to sportchek to get your racquet restrung, i would more go to a pro shop that does stringing or in my case get my coach/friend to string it for me. Just cause you cant always be sure a guy at sportchek will do the best job i mean dont get me wrong it is possible but yeah just my 2 cents. And about your racquet if you didnt say what you wanted he might have sturng it at like 18lbs or something but im pretty sure you should be able to tell them how tight you want it.

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    just a word up in case any of you guyz know any pro shops in brampton, ontario where i can get my racquet restrung.
    let me know any places so i can pay a visit there...

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    i had my ns8k strung at 20lbs w/ bg65 and the control is out of this world! when i smashed maybe 3/10 would hit the net and go over, i did it twice in a row once and at the net you could just move the racket under the bird and it'd find it's way over but things like clears will have to be with your own strength

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoshino
    hey guyz
    i'm planning on getting a NS8000 and restring with BG65 string
    any suggestions on what u guyz think?
    thx

    if ur a good hitter
    65 breaks around 2 weeks
    happens to my friend everytime he string it with 65 with his nanospeed8000

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