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    The AP62 has lasted almost 10 hours of play and still no notching??!!!! Very impressed... I would have replaced the NBG98 by now and notchings would be there too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    The AP62 has lasted almost 10 hours of play and still no notching??!!!! Very impressed... I would have replaced the NBG98 by now and notchings would be there too.
    I am looking into buying LN AP62, but as my new tension is 28lbs, I am worried about durability, would I be able to get around 20-25 hours out of it ?

    Even if I reduced my tension to 26-27lbs could I get around 25hrs out of it ?

    And do you have to reduce the tension, because it feels tighter, like you have to do with zymax 62.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    I am looking into buying LN AP62, but as my new tension is 28lbs, I am worried about durability, would I be able to get around 20-25 hours out of it ?

    Even if I reduced my tension to 26-27lbs could I get around 25hrs out of it ?

    And do you have to reduce the tension, because it feels tighter, like you have to do with zymax 62.
    I have it strung at my favourite tension of 26/28 #s on my favourite racquet, Arc 8DX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    I have it strung at my favourite tension of 26/28 #s on my favourite racquet, Arc 8DX.
    so you think I can get away with 27lbs with AP62 ? I hope it lasts about 25hrs

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    Any reviews or feedback between the AP62, ZyMax62 and SOTX HS-63? From what I gathered from this thread and the SOTX string thread, both HS-63 and AP62 are for more durable and 'friendlier' than the ZyMax62 but offer similar, if not better performance. Perhaps someone with experience with such strings can comment?

    I am looking at alternatives to BG66 or Micropower, I just want something different and don't think they have it locally here, so might have to do some ordering. Would like to hear some feedback before I commit.

    Justin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    so you think I can get away with 27lbs with AP62 ? I hope it lasts about 25hrs
    Mine is @ 28 #s and has lasted 10 hours of hard play and still no notches...IMHO you should have no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    Mine is @ 28 #s and has lasted 10 hours of hard play and still no notches...IMHO you should have no problem.
    I will take your word for it, 28lbs it is, hopefully it will last a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    I will take your word for it, 28lbs it is, hopefully it will last a long time.
    The worst that can happen is restringing.... The thin string is such a joy to play with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    The worst that can happen is restringing.... The thin string is such a joy to play with.
    agreed, is their much chance that the string can break during stringing @ 28lbs, if it is done by an experienced stringer ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    agreed, is their much chance that the string can break during stringing @ 28lbs, if it is done by an experienced stringer ?
    There is always a chance of a mistake, but I tihnk it is unlikely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    agreed, is their much chance that the string can break during stringing @ 28lbs, if it is done by an experienced stringer ?
    I'm a stringer, and I didn't find it any different from stringing the regular BG65, except that it super easy going through the grommets. Just because of the thinness, I thought it wouldn't have lasted one hour of playing....but here it is still going after 10 hours of playing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    I'm a stringer, and I didn't find it any different from stringing the regular BG65, except that it super easy going through the grommets. Just because of the thinness, I thought it wouldn't have lasted one hour of playing....but here it is still going after 10 hours of playing!!
    Thats good to know, I am going to place an order for 10 packs of AP62, hopefully that will take me up until 2011 on my two SW35's, actually I was planning on buying a stringing machine, but thats for a different thread.

    Keep me up to date with how long the AP62 last

    Thanks Jamesd20 for your response as well
    Last edited by LD rules!; 07-27-2010 at 02:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Thats good to know, I am going to place an order for 10 packs of AP62, hopefully that will take me up until 2011 on my two SW35's, actually I was planning on buying a stringing machine, but thats for a different thread.

    Keep me up to date with how long the AP62 last

    Thanks Jamesd20 for your response as well
    Make sure you keep us updated with your experience with the AP62 as well, LD rules! Have fun.

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    I love AP62.....thin & powerful like ZM62, but grippy too. I have it in a racket strung @26lbs & used for approximately 20hrs at least to date & no issues.

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    Thank you. Seems like the AP62 is more durable and performs similar to the ZM62. Will try to procure some and the SOTX HS-63 too.

    Justin.

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    Has anyone tried out the Li-Ning 95's and does anyone know the stats of the N95's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusclePower100 View Post
    Has anyone tried out the Li-Ning 95's and does anyone know the stats of the N95's.
    I mean Li-Ning NS95 strings.

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