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    Default keeping the same price as 2005

    Pick up or drop off your rackets:

    Nunawading community centre 1-3pm Sat. (password 2247#)
    Southern community centre 1:30-5pm Sun.
    Sportlink stadium 8-10pm Sun.
    Sportlink stadium 10am-12pm Mon.
    Nunawading community centre 1-3pm Tue. (password 5691#)
    Monash Clayton Uni. 8-10pm Tue.
    Monash Clayton Uni. 8-10pm Wed.
    Sportlink stadium 10-11:30am Fri.

    if you need more detail, please contact me
    dvdcheng48@hotmail.com

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    i'm a happy customer of david cheng's and would like to say that his workmanship is good. no, he didn't pay me to post this messsage

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    Arrow Please try my restringing next time, Dolphin

    Quote Originally Posted by Dolphin View Post

    i'm a happy customer of david cheng's and would like to say that his workmanship is good. no, he didn't pay me to post this messsage

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    Please try my restringing next time, Dolphin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Please try my restringing next time, Dolphin.
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    how much are your prices?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Please try my restringing next time, Dolphin.
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    yeah, will do once my schedule allows me to play more at the city centre. would actually like to go back to training $ situation permitting though church means i'll never be able to join your sunday coaching sessions. am a bit tied down at the moment and having to forgo lots of badminton and feeling my already-not-so-great game going down...

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    any digital stringers in melbourne? or our stringers are good enough to be respected as living digital stringers?

    thanks~ and salutes to the hardworking stringers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    There are a few places that I like

    As for home stringers,

    Steven - Regular at Monash Clayton just right for me

    Murray Hockings (He was an ex-australian national) He is awesome!!!!
    Murray is the Stringer for WSBA in Altona, been using him for nearly 3 years with out problem. Consistent 2 day turn around.

    $20 for labour or $30 for BG65, abit expensive imo but quality job.

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    I get my rackets restrung at either Stadium Sports in Box Hill, or Agus at MDBA Kilsyth. Prices are both comparable....their around the $15-$20 mark depending on the type of string you choose. As far as tensioning goes, Stadium Sports seem to be a bit better in that aspect.

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    www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=55538

    Managed to get hold of a bunch of above mentioned strings from factory. Anyone interested in trying out? $10 for string including stringing. Contact Boon on lenghboon@yahoo.com or 0431250159

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    In Melbourne, I have always go to David Cheng with re-stringing. I have a group of private individuals playing every Thursday (12-15 of us). Most of our re-stringing jobs go to David anyway. I have been approached by other re-stringers, $1-$2 lower, but I have kept with him as I know what I am getting. On the other hand, that doesnt mean other stringers are bad, it is just that I am used to David and I trust him. Recently left my Yonex's Arcsaber 10 with him for a day to string BG80.




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    ps:I maybe new to the forum, but have been playing badminton for more than 18years, since Malaysia's days...

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    Thumbs up IMHO, davidcheng is an experienced stringer

    Quote Originally Posted by MUGS. View Post

    In Melbourne, I have always go to David Cheng with re-stringing. I have a group of private individuals playing every Thursday (12-15 of us). Most of our re-stringing jobs go to David anyway. I have been approached by other re-stringers, $1-$2 lower, but I have kept with him as I know what I am getting. On the other hand, that doesnt mean other stringers are bad, it is just that I am used to David and I trust him. Recently left my Yonex's Arcsaber 10 with him for a day to string BG80.

    Cheers
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    ps:I maybe new to the forum, but have been playing badminton for more than 18years, since Malaysia's days...

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    IMHO, davidcheng is an experienced stringer.

    David should be one to do your restringing, if you attend his sessions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidcheng View Post
    asking your stringer to do 4 knots to prevent your rackets out of shape.
    yonex company recommends all stringers doing yonex rackets should fellow with yonex stringing instruction otherwise they don't give any warrenties on the racket.

    Sorry Daive, I think the "stringing instructions" that you posted earlier it's mainly for Yonex At800 and Ns7000 since they been designed differently. Not sure if we beable to do it in other Yonex / standard rackets? Just wanted to discuss the method


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    Arrow There are many different stringing patterns that a stringer can/will use

    Quote Originally Posted by radar_s View Post
    Sorry Daive, I think the "stringing instructions" that you posted earlier it's mainly for Yonex At800 and Ns7000 since they been designed differently. Not sure if we beable to do it in other Yonex / standard rackets? Just wanted to discuss the method

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    Experienced stringers know which grommet allows one or two strings to pass through. There are many different stringing patterns that a stringer can/will use.

    I sometimes use different stringing patterns on Yonex rackets (not the patterns suggested by Yonex); and many players like it.
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    Yonex nbg98 in coming now, the price is $10.

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    Thumbs up Yonex nbg98 in coming now

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    Yonex nbg98 in coming now, the price is $10.
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    Good to know that there are a few stringers in Melbourne, but are there any near the vicinity of Melbourne CBD? Don't have a car so would prefer a CBD or CBD fringe stringer close to public transports.

    Justin.

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    Arrow Pass your rackets to me when you attend our CCC Badminton sessions

    Quote Originally Posted by justinwyyau View Post
    Good to know that there are a few stringers in Melbourne, but are there any near the vicinity of Melbourne CBD? Don't have a car so would prefer a CBD or CBD fringe stringer close to public transports.

    Justin.
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    Justin, I do restringing. So just pass your rackets to me when you attend our CCC Badminton sessions.
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