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Thread: At 900-t Cracked @ 12 O'clock
12-17-2007, 05:40 AM #18
That the stinger bad stringing my friend ! 25lb is not a big matter for original yonex racket or even a lot others cheaper brand.. the crack also does'nt look because of clashing with others racket..
I'm also amourtec series lover string at 25.5lb to 27lb , until today since 1 1/2 years ago do not have any kind of that problem . i just stringing my racket with well known stringer , who a background also a good badminton player at state level , he always give good advice on racket,tension and string before stringing your racket. SO KNOW YOUR RACKET OR STRINGER CAPABILITY FIRST.
12-18-2007, 03:34 AM #19
12-18-2007, 03:35 AM #20
btw...i havent crash my yonex racket when stringing...
coz i always trust the pro stringer.....
12-18-2007, 08:32 AM #21
but my other recket also send to same stringer No!! problem ??
my friend's AT700 also no problem ?????
this stringer is a very good stringer , when got any yonex tournaments ,yonex will ask him go to string for PRO player !
12-18-2007, 09:02 AM #22
1) He might be a good stringer. The little kid in the back stringing racquet might not be good.
2) Did you see him at any national tournment stringing for player yourself or he told you that?
3) Usually they use Yonex ST-250 in national tournment while they bring in ES5PRO in international tournment sometime (too heavy). These are 6 pt mounting machine. It will not do these kind of damage.
4) Sorry, you are SOL. Yonex will not replace this kind of damage. Go argue with the stringer and see if you can get a replacement from the shop.
12-18-2007, 10:26 PM #23
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