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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    It's proportional string jobs, not progressive . . .
    Proportional, progressive, you know what I mean. ...

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    Actually it is an imitation proportional stringing method, and not a very good copy, I would say. A true proportional stringing will have 11 different tensions for both the mains and sides. Using only 3 or 4 different tensions, and even these tensions are not in proportion to the different lengths of each of the 22 strings on the vertical and horizontal, is a poor imitation.
    Why not do it right and go all the way by using 11 different tensions in true proportional stringing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    Why not do it right and go all the way by using 11 different tensions in true proportional stringing?
    Naw, takes too much time and effort. I'll stick with my Panda 2-Knot. Has been working fine, no complaints from anyone.

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    Do you pull and tension everyone of the 22 mains and crosses individually?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    Do you pull and tension everyone of the 22 mains and crosses individually?
    Of course I always do that. I have never strung a racket and done otherwise.

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    Thanks for your very interesting review Dan

    I'm now looking for a link that could show me how to use the Yonex standard 4 knots method and your P2K method too.

    I don't want to make a search any links on BC (too time needed for searching ) but I think You already have a link since you certainly explained your method before

    Could you help me please ?

    Thanks

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