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    What sorta tension can the Ti-10 take, 2U version, i jus broke my strings and am going to restring it at about 27-28lbs, up from 25 i had it before.

    Jus wanna make sure its safe!

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    Default Re: Ti-10

    I've gotten my 3U, yes 3U strung at 30 lbs. It has been consistently strung at this tension for the last 2 years. I haven't broken this racquet yet!

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    wow im inpressed, you sure its not a CN version?

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    Default Re: Ti-10

    Excellent, thanks for the help, jus wanted to make sure

    Mines is a TW version i think, dunno if that makes a diff, but im going to get both of mines stung @ 27-28lbs with bg-65 strings...cant get the the 88ti here .

    But they should be ok for a while, hehe

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    Not sure. How do you know if it's a CN version? I've clashed it with the wall and all that came off was the muscle power wording at the top. It has a lot of paint chips in that area, no signs of cracks or deformaties.

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    Default Re: Ti-10

    Its on the serial number on the shaft is it not....the last 2 letters. ie SP, TW, JP, UK, CP etc..

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    Are you sure your stringer strung your racquet at 30 lbs? Every stringing machine is different.

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    Default Re: Ti-10

    cn is not sold in north america

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    Default Re: Ti-10

    I told her to do it at 30 lbs. The string are a little looser than my squash racquet, which is strung at 40 lbs. I go through strings quite a bit, probably a stringing every month now.

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