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    your racket looks fine. if you're looking for something wrong, you will always find it even if it's not there

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak View Post
    Use a measuring tape and measure the length between the outer edge of the top of the frame and the outer edge of the butt cap, in mm or cm.
    i just came to this thread.
    Yes, measure the total racket length in ##.# cm and post it here. It would still be a general guide but a bit better than a visual from a photo taken with unknown lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump17 View Post
    your racket looks fine. if you're looking for something wrong, you will always find it even if it's not there
    Excellent post!

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    The Yonex Factory provides the new stringing pattern to go with the new ISO style rackets. Using the old pattern is like playing badminton using the old rules. They were changed for a reason. I dont know why the factory changed the pattern but I got the same information that Dream Hai got from the factory when I bought my stringer. Does anyone know why it was changed? The factory provided the pattern but no explanations. I have a feeling that the old pattern was designed for the oval shape head and stringers are just slow to adjust to the new pattern. Here in Vietnam the stringers are 90% still using the old pattern. Also 90% of the racket breakage is at the top corners. I wonder if the stringing pattern combined with not adding tension to the cross strings would cause an undue number of top corner breaks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ol2play View Post
    The Yonex Factory provides the new stringing pattern to go with the new ISO style rackets. Using the old pattern is like playing badminton using the old rules.
    We all know this. Just to clarify, the AT700 is not a new Iso, it's an old Iso with the old string pattern.

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    Strings outer coat get wear fast,but that's perfectly normal.My AT900P strung with BG80 at 26,25lbs even show the same problem at the first day i play.But it didn't effect the string.Btw,ur racket looks fine as well,So,dont worry about it..

    Why?Is it ur first time buying expensive racket?That used to happed to me too..=P

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