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    drool...glad to hear that you've moved to constant pull!!! welcome to the family!

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    Default Achtung!!!

    I am back into the constant-pull family again! A TENNIS HEAD just arrived at my door. Sorry, I have to fix my camera first before I can take photos. Gamma 6004 + TENNIS HEAD = one very sweet ECP. Hail Panda!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    I am back into the constant-pull family again! A TENNIS HEAD just arrived at my door. Sorry, I have to fix my camera first before I can take photos. Gamma 6004 + TENNIS HEAD = one very sweet ECP. Hail Panda!
    Beautiful!! How much did the Gamma 6004 + TENNIS HEAD cost you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    I am back into the constant-pull family again! A TENNIS HEAD just arrived at my door. Sorry, I have to fix my camera first before I can take photos. Gamma 6004 + TENNIS HEAD = one very sweet ECP. Hail Panda!

    Hail Panda?! Panda do naaaaaathing. Panda good, good Panda!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    I am back into the constant-pull family again! A TENNIS HEAD just arrived at my door. Sorry, I have to fix my camera first before I can take photos. Gamma 6004 + TENNIS HEAD = one very sweet ECP. Hail Panda!
    dats da way 2 do it, 1 has to build it up urself. No perfect standalone machine out there (unless ur ready to sink 10k)

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    There is a perfect standalone machine out there : Exthree AM-600 .

    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    dats da way 2 do it, 1 has to build it up urself. No perfect standalone machine out there (unless ur ready to sink 10k)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    There is a perfect standalone machine out there : Exthree AM-600 .
    Actually, we won't know until you get it.

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    Ya never know. The cooler might get it .

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    Actually, we won't know until you get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Ya never know. The cooler might get it .
    Go Cooler! Go Cooler! It's your berfday, go Cooler!

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    I was just thinking, for those of you who may not have noticed, Dink cut the turntable on the ends so that he could get the string gripper as close as possible.

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    Here's an upclose video of the Wise 2086 in action. You can see the digital read out and how it operates:

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=NjCwEoVrZMU

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Go Cooler! Go Cooler! It's your berfday, go Cooler!
    nah, it looks like it has suspension side supports, not my cup of tea

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    Hey dink, can you measure out the distance between the top of the string gripper and the top of the crank guide support bar ( as shown below in white lines)? thx
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    From the video, the machine seems to take abit longer to get to the desired tension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    Hey dink, can you measure out the distance between the top of the string gripper and the top of the crank guide support bar ( as shown below in white lines)? thx
    Hi Paul, it's ~213-215mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgbad View Post
    From the video, the machine seems to take abit longer to get to the desired tension.
    Of course, because the string is constantly stretching.

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    Update: I picked up these SPTennis badminton specific mounts thanks to PeteLSD and they work like a charm. Also working like a charm is the 2086. I've strung a few hundred rackets with it now and it's extremely consistent.

    With the 10% pre-stretch option in place, there's minimal tension loss and it's definitely a consistent 3+lbs. tighter than its crank counterparts. I've had quite a few people test my rackets and they say, "This is tight, what is it? 32-34lbs.?" I reply, "Nope, it's 27-28lbs. on my machine."

    Anyway, the panda verdict on the Wise 2086 is Excellent+!




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