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    Question Pro's Pro Flying Clamps

    Hi all,

    does somebody have experience with Pro's Pro flying clamps?
    http://www.arfaian.com/default.asp?ArtNr=2450

    Are they plastic, coated aluminium, steel? What tension are they able to stand?

    Thanks.

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    nope but they do appear to be similar to Hi-qua clamps/MBS.

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    They are same as HiQua fly clamp. They are coated AL. It can take up to 28lb without slipping.

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    Thanks, ordered a pair to go along with Challenger 1. They should suffice, as I don't go over 26 usually

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    Ok. got my flying clamps. More teeth, than Yonex, and they don't open very wide, could be a problem with some Carlton racquets, as they have wider crosses.
    All aluminium and quite comfortable.
    If anyone is in need, I could do comparison pictures with Yonex clamp.

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    Sihker, Most of us agree that these clamps are great for mains, but Yonex fits more ideally on the crosses. Although they are a lot of money, so I never bought them until this year when business started to pick up. They're not really necessary for me but nice to have.

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    I have those clamps and are great i used them onec for a 35x36.5 job

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