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Thread: Michal custom supports question
06-12-2012, 09:46 AM #1
Michal custom supports question
Hi, Just got my supports from Michal. Just wondered how far should I tighten the supports? Before getting the supports I tighten my rackets until it touches the surface of the side support (just hugging the racket). But with the Michal supports I cannot tell if it's tight enough as the clear tubing is not enough reference to know if the racket is supported properly.What is the right way of using the supports?
06-12-2012, 10:14 AM #2
I removed the tubing, I found it wasn't convenient.
You need to tighten the supports like you would do with every other supports, which is until you start felling some resistance. If you have suspension mounting, having the supports touch the frame won't be enough, because at that point, the supports do not prevent the racket from deforming.
06-12-2012, 10:59 AM #3
The moment I started to feel the resistance was when the racket's shape was starting to deform by a few mm. I have a PP pilot. I removed the clear tubing and strung 1 racket and it seems to be more easy. the racket preserved its unstrung shape. But upon taking of the racket I noticed that the coloured plastic tubing was damaged, so I'm back installed the clear tubing once again.
06-21-2012, 07:57 AM #4
You could try leaving a freshly strung racket in the machine for 24 hours or so before releasing the supports - the frame will then deform the clear plastic tubing, so that when you mount the next frame for stringing you should find indentations that allow the side supports to "hug" the frame without distorting the shape. Seems to work for me.
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