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Thread: Stringing the cross
09-25-2002, 03:55 AM #18
And I can't even get string for THAT price! Forget labour.....
I charge my service out cheap but I can't beat that kind of price! (oh yeah and I also WON'T do any rackets over below 18lbs or over 25lbs - for any Aussies reading this!)
09-25-2002, 04:49 AM #19
Originally posted by Cheung
Once you are injured you'll definately have 40 hours to spare!!!!
I think Yong might have spent 40hours on three racquets..............
But yes, i spent 5 hours on doing my first racket !!! okay, but i experienced all kind of newbie stringer problems, like a slipping clamp (i wondered, while doing the mains, one side had more tension than the other .... , one time i didn't properly fixed the swivel clamp on the base ...., first time doing a knot... , doing a missweave and discovered it during the second next cross... , heavy curling of the string during pulling through.... aarggr this is an irritating one! )
My second (3 hours) and third racket (2 hours) went lots better..
I'm looking forward in doing it in half an hour !!!
Yesterday i played with my newly 23-24 lbs strung racket.. and the bird popped very nicely of the racket.
I see it as a nice new dimension on my favourite sport.
Btw great discussion on stringing techniques !!
09-25-2002, 06:42 AM #20
wow $2.5USD with string! haha
my string was BG-85 from m'sia, got a few years ago, i think it was 10-15RM.
ayl you in melb.! so am I, I just get it done with a friend of a friend, who does it real cheaply. There's this store in North Balwyn which does it for $28 with BG-65Hahahhaa, I laughed when he told me his price.
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