FS: Eagnas Combo 910 String Machine

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  1. kato669

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    For sale is a Eagnas Combo 910 racquet stringing machine. I have owned it for about 1 1/2 years. Works great with plenty of life left in it. I would rate it 8.5 out of 10.

    Perfect for tennis, squash and racquetball stringing. Can string badminton rackets but additional clamps will be needed.

    Specifications:
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    - Six-point, suspension mounting system
    - Manual crank spring tensioning system
    - Linear ball bearing string gripper
    - 9-102 pound tension range in both pound and kilogram scales (4-46 kilograms)
    - 360 degree swivel turntable with brake
    - Two slim diamond-coated, heavy-duty dual-action thumb-adjustable stainless steel swivel clamp (fixed clamps): 2 PN-1012 tennis clamps
    - Handle any diagonal stringing (fan patterned frames)

    Features:

    - Six-point, suspension mounting system provides 10-point maximum supports and eliminates any racquet distortion.
    - Micro-adjustable head and throat mounting posts, very easy to adjust.
    - 4 individually adjustable shoulder-support arms (heavy-duty)
    - Padded K-shaped side supports
    - Padded head and throat mounting posts secure any frame (including deep V-shaped throats), no cosmetic damage to any frame.
    - Manual crank spring tensioning system strings all racquets fast and precisely, very easy to operate. (See operating procedures.)
    - Adjustable-width linear ball bearing string gripper handles any size of string and prevents string damage.
    - Dual-action swivel clamps can move in any direction up and down; and can handle all types of racquets without extra accessories.
    - 2 slim diamond-coated, thumb-adjustable stainless steel swivel clamps (PN-1012). Stringing has never been as easy and efficient as it is now with the Eagnas thumb-adjustable clamp.
    - All-metal spring-assisted swivel clamp base: much easier to use and no muscle needed. Just need one-eighth turn to lock and release the base. See operating procedures.
    - 360 degree racquet rotation
    - Easy turntable disc brake system allows a secure pull when tying knots.
    - Tension head stop
    - Metal tool tray with pad
    - Convenient reel holder
    - Metal machine base with level-adjustable pads
    - Height adjustable to string in a more relaxed posture, easy to adjust
    - Tools: Allen wrenches for machine, 1 Phillips screwdriver, micro long nose pliers, micro string cutter, owners manual

    *** BONUS: One partial reel (About 600ft) of Forten Tournament Nylon (black color) to practice stringing with

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    $400 or best offer.
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    Would prefer local Chicago or surrounding suburbs sale. However, I am open to shipping to CONUS for additional fee.

    Contact me via email in my profile for more infomation or for link to pictures.
     
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  2. indyfob2008

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    I live in the Chicago area. Would it be cool if I stopped by some time to take a look at the machine? can I get your email address?
     
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  3. kato669

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  4. kato669

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    Email replied to.
     
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  5. levy1

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    Is it sold? If not send pics and list of any extras
     
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  6. kato669

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  7. kato669

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    Reply sent
     
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  8. erwinslave

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    interested but need your e-mail address. it doesn't seem to be in your profile.
     
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  10. kato669

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    Reply sent via email

     
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  11. stringitfast

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    Has it been sold?
     
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  12. kato669

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    Yes, machine was sold this past weekend.

    Thanks Tennis Warehouse!
     
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