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    Mark. Good solution is to use a self locking nuts, M8 type.
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    I have no problem with Michal's, except that I need to add 2 washer-ring to get 360 deg rotation with Wise2086 on my AEF machine while no need such washer on Eagnas machine.
    Since I need 2 ring-washer, so need a longer one for tightening the wing-nut.

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    ^Is this to get the racket high enough to stop it hitting the WISE on the way round? If so, you could add some washers to the turntable bearing instead of trying to get the Michals higher.

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    Got my Michals mounts last week and have strung 10 racquets with them....highly recommend them. Very nice. Will be ordering another set for my other machine. Thanks again.


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    I've managed to string about 15 rackets last week with the sideposts and was extremely satisfied with them. No problems so far, even with high tensions stringing.

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    If you're using the tubing keep an eye on the lengths of strung rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Rav_ View Post
    The Pro's Pro shuttle express side supports are a little better in that regard i think, but they are a little too fat so the string pulls against them on a couple of crosses......................................

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    My experience with this supports made with plastic beside too fat, also was not strong enough for tension above 26 lbs. When I strong all 22 mains with 26 lbs, the plastic support open a little, so the frame expanded by 1 - 2 mm and that some time can cause high month disease to the frame. To correct this, I have to use load spreader ('H' type, home made).

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    This is probably the gap that Mark was talking about at the top of the racket. I find that I do not have any problems at all with it.
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    Look from the side.
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    This is probably the gap that Mark was talking about at the top of the racket. I find that I do not have any problems at all with it.
    When you pull the first few mains, keep an eye on the top and bottom of the frame - you might see it "dip" as the string is tensioned. If it springs back up there's no problem, but to be sure I've put some "chocks" under my load spreaders to keep the frame flat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenchi View Post
    Here is my Made in Canada version of the custom clamps on my Combo 910


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    Where can I get those c side support posts? I'm in Toronto.

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    Another set for sale, galvanized. Normal height, for Wise2086 (~4mm higher) available too.

    Price: 160PLN + shipping (f.e. to Europe- 25PLN, North Am.- 30PLN, Asia-35PLN, Australia-40PLN)
    Payment: PayPal
    Nuts, wingnuts, washers- included.
    Shipping- immadietely (items in stock).

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    Current height (11mm racquet).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michal View Post
    Price: 160PLN + shipping (f.e. to Europe- 25PLN, North Am.- 30PLN, Asia-35PLN, Australia-40PLN)
    FAQ: If you like, you can pay in U.S dollars, € too. ~50 USD + shipping (~8USD- Europe, 10USD- Canada/USA, 12USD- Asia, 14USD- Australia).
    Compatible with the Eagnas/Pro's Pro machines.

    Working now on Gamma/Klip stringing machine issue.

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    Default Wanted - metal machinist for custom parts

    I need a couple of custom parts making, but I haven't get access to an endmill or MIG welder, so I'm looking to outsource this little job. It's badminton-related, mods, I assure you.

    Basically, the things consist of a threaded rod with a flat bit at one end, onto which is welded a right-angle bracket. Picture below. I don't know the exact dimensions yet, but the rod is roughly 150 mm long and the bracket 75 mm.

    This is no more than an hour's work for with the right kit (which I haven't got), and I can provide the rods and possibly the steel for the brackets. Any takers can PM or email me.
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    Update:
    - Gamma/Klip/Toalson version available (normal- Pro's Pro/Eagnas- and increased versions-Psp/eagnas with Wise 2086- available too)
    - many colours (option, no surcharge)
    - more pictures here: https://picasaweb.google.com/1140207...LTphLqopMzCoQE

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    whoa. Trans-Am mode side support!

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    cool Michal .... I have the Eagnas 737e (http://www.eagnas.com/fh737e.html), let me measure it with original tensionhead before confirm it with you ... also if using Wise2086

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