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jpsigchi
05-22-2005, 07:57 PM
For all Wilson ncode nsix-one 95 owners:

Does anyone have paintchips on there racquet that sorta looks like a crack at the 12 o'clock position between the grommets. 3 out of my 8 racquets have these crack looking blemishes right where the dot is located. It looks more like the paint cracking.Anyone else have these problems with the n6.1 95s?

muklucke
05-22-2005, 09:19 PM
I string my friends rackets which happend to be a ncode six-one. He does have that. My older rackets, PD's have that too. I think its because of my stringer. I have a one pt mounting system and the stress that it gets from the mounts is what i think cause that problem. Do you string your own rackets?

jpsigchi
05-22-2005, 09:23 PM
I do string my own racquets on a babolat 4 star machine. I just hope that this blemish on the racquet is the paint cracking not the racquet. It seems that the paintjob for the ncode racquets, especially the n6.1 95 wasn't well done. I'll try to post a pic of the blemish later tonight when I figure out how to post photos.

SC in MA
05-23-2005, 07:17 AM
For all Wilson ncode nsix-one 95 owners:

Does anyone have paintchips on there racquet that sorta looks like a crack at the 12 o'clock position between the grommets. 3 out of my 8 racquets have these crack looking blemishes right where the dot is located. It looks more like the paint cracking.Anyone else have these problems with the n6.1 95s?I've had my n61 95 for about a year and it does NOT have paintchips at the 12 oclock position. I bought a stringing machine a few months ago, so prior to that, my n61 was strung by others. My n61 does have three paintchips in the outside area of the upper hoop, but not at 12. They all look like they were caused by racket mounting (I know one was definitely caused by the racket stringer). None of the three are racket cracks.

TennisMD
05-23-2005, 02:16 PM
I have had mine for abot 11mos although the last three have been using the Aeroprodrive and now using the n code again, stilll going back and forth, but I digress, no chips or cracks. I have a friend who strings and used to string for some local pros like Lisa Raymond ,so very experienced and has been around for awhile. I find the rkt to be very durable some of my old c10 Volkls have had the bumper guard wear down and chips at this area from digging out low shots and the N Code seems ro handle this in a more durable fashion, the APD is also solid here.
SC how has the APD experiment gone are you playing with the N Code exclusively now or what?