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    That ain't sound like 22lbs, it's probably 12lbs only.

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    i've had a racket strung there and i thought they did a great job.

    the only time i've ever seen a shuttle get stuck in a racket stringbed is when the string is broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunofabeach View Post
    i've had a racket strung there and i thought they did a great job.

    the only time i've ever seen a shuttle get stuck in a racket stringbed is when the string is broken.
    I assume most stringers working in big chains are part time. Therefore, if your racket got into hand with someone who knows what s/he is doing, good for you. If not, good luck...

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    I think i found out why, the reason i think it happened was that the string was moving a bit and the reason it got stuck in the string bed is because i was useing a bird i found in my shed that was a rock hard cork and i must have done a half decent smash. But that is my conclusion and now the string seem that it barly moves ever. Thank you for reply's.

    Sincerly,

    Burger King

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    Quote Originally Posted by LazyBuddy View Post
    I assume most stringers working in big chains are part time. Therefore, if your racket got into hand with someone who knows what s/he is doing, good for you. If not, good luck...
    Racket Central isn't a chain store. it is like "What's Your Racket". a one-off dedicated racket store in calgary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunofabeach View Post
    Racket Central isn't a chain store. it is like "What's Your Racket". a one-off dedicated racket store in calgary.
    Errr... Unless the shuttle got stuck on the very top mains, I can't think how a decent strung racket @22lb can let it happen. So, I have a bit doubt about this store's stringer's skill.

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    2lb!lol hes tightened it buy hand.lol

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