Good Cross with Big Hitter Blue 17

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  1. emmyc

    emmyc New User

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    Does anyone have any suggestions for a good cross with Big Hitter Blue 17?
     
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  2. zacinnc78

    zacinnc78 Professional

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    nrg2 from personal exp
     
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  3. Racer41c

    Racer41c Semi-Pro

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    At the moment I'm using Wilson Super Sping with Big Hitter Blue mains. Rediculous spin and lots of fun bashing balls. I only have 2 outings in this setup at this piont, hoping it holds up well.
     
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  4. Jonny S&V

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    Tell us a little about your game and string history and we can give you better suggestions then us telling you what WE think is good.
     
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  5. emmyc

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    My game has a lot of variety. I hit both flat shots and heavy topspin shots. My former string set-up was Gosen Polylon 17 crosses and Gosen OG Sheep Micro 16 mains. The Gosen Polylon was a bit harsh on my arm. I then switched to Gosen Polylon SP 17 mains, but that seemed to lack durability. Now I am using Big Hitter Blue 17 mains and Gosen OG Sheep Micro 16 crosses. Both are strung at 60 lbs. I was wondering if there might be a better cross than OG Sheep Micro.
     
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  6. maxply

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    I have had great results using Big Hitter silver with Dunlop Max comfort 16
     
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  7. Jonny S&V

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    I would stick with Gosen OG Micro if I were you, considering it's the best bang for your buck that you can get in a synthetic gut. However, if you wanted to try something a wee bit stiffer, try Babolat Superfine Play. I almost prefer it to Gosen (I need something a little stiffer to counteract my Aerogel's flexibility).
     
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