Fox ATP Mid/Wood

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  1. Rabbit

    Rabbit G.O.A.T.

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    Does anyone have the link to the page TW had on this frame? I have two and am looking for stringing instructions. It is a 90 sq in wood/graphite frame and TW sold them a while back.

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  2. Steve Huff

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    Rabbit, I have a pattern listed in one of my old Stringer's Digest for a Bronze Fox (ATP). Without any description of the racket in the book, I'm not sure if this is the right one or not.

    33' (ss: 8' 6") 1 pr. TENSION: 48-68 lbs PATTERN: 16M x 19X. Start M's at throat. M's skip 7H, 9H and 7T, 9T. No shared holes. Start X's at BOTTOM at 7T. Top X at 7H. Tie off M's at 5T, X's at 6H.

    Even though this is the recommended pattern on this racket, I'd use an ATW instead. An ATW pattern is going to distribute stress better, and if it breaks, your warranty has probably expired.
     
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  3. Rabbit

    Rabbit G.O.A.T.

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    Thanks, Steve. I'll look at it. I'm just wondering if this is the same frame.
     
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