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    Quote Originally Posted by KingO
    thank you very much!

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    i think theres a different feeding/tensioning method to the nano series since they have more holes on than other yonex rackets

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    Quote Originally Posted by chowzer View Post
    i think theres a different feeding/tensioning method to the nano series since they have more holes on than other yonex rackets
    Each racket / string combo in theory suppose to feel differently. As long as you go with Yonex's pattern and string within reasonable tension range, you should be fine.

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    i personally broke a racket before at 2/10 o'clock before. the reason, the north and south mounting poles weren't secure enuff. the moved a little with each pull and i failed to notice it (that was the first and last racket i broke so far). learn my lesson, always secured those really tightly. i have no comments about the side support cuz machine i use is 2 point but 6-point should be better. also the crosses should be about 2 lbs tighter than the mains.

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    There appears to be a bulge (at the sides of the racquet) after you are done stringing the mains. To prevent this, you could try to adjust the 12 and 6 o clock mounts a little higher in tension which would deform the frame a little to begin with (making the racquet head look longer), but after you put on the mains, the tension would pull the frame back into shape. There appears to be some slack on the mounts which is why you would be able to set it a little higher. Hopefully this helps prevent the budging from occurring.

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