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    Default Wilson & Ashaway rackets max string tension?

    Hi everyone, I have

    - Wilson ncode nzone Force (written max string tension 26lbs)
    - Ashaway VR Electro (strung at 24 lbs)
    - Ashaway Nano Superlight (strung at 24 lbs)

    and I'm using Yonex BG66 string... Has anyone any experience about their unofficial max string tension? Bcoz I strung my Wilson at 26 lbs and after around 1 week (4x play) it seemed loosen. Should I strung it higher 1 - 2 lbs? So when it drops it will be around 26 lbs? Thanks!

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    I have found any modern day racket can take at least 32lbs. constant pull. Well, assuming the stringer is competent.

    I would expect no less from Wilson and Ashaway.

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    Gee.. Thanks! I red about your String review chart and it's great! Too bad I can't find Ashaway strings around my place.

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