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    anyone has try it before...
    accupower 101n..... accupower 85ti....accupower 80

    yesterday i strung 1 Lining n90 racket using Ap101n string just 2 games the string was gone...
    then today i strung for him ap85ti...second set the string also gone....
    tension st 28lbs x 30lbs...
    ahs someone try them are they easily broken....

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    I strung a set of accupower90 before. At 26lbs, the string snapped on my machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgbad View Post
    I strung a set of accupower90 before. At 26lbs, the string snapped on my machine.
    i have the accupower90 on my li ning tp101c at 24lbs, its still holding fine now. this string gives quite good replusion power though the shuttle's feel is a bit dull.

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    had a look at the range of li-ning strings... they are made in either taiwan, guangdong or usa... wonder if there is a difference in quality?

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    how thick is accupower 90?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CYW2006 View Post
    how thick is accupower 90?
    its thickness is .67, not the thickest among the range but the most repulsive there...

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    theres li ning strings? can i order these online?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CYW2006 View Post
    anyone has try it before...
    accupower 101n..... accupower 85ti....accupower 80

    yesterday i strung 1 Lining n90 racket using Ap101n string just 2 games the string was gone...
    then today i strung for him ap85ti...second set the string also gone....
    tension st 28lbs x 30lbs...
    ahs someone try them are they easily broken....
    Hey, today I just change my AT900P all grommet and strung Li-Ning AP101N at tension 27lbs. havenít try yet, so easy broken?

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    i just recently strung my racket with li ning accupower 90
    due to always i saw many chinese players' racket string doesnt snap too fast, i decided to try it. I will test the string on racket tomorrow

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