Head XRC String Pattern

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  1. jorel

    jorel Hall of Fame

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    This is annnoying,,, I just bought three XRCs and they were all strung with three different stringing patterns.

    Does anyone know the correct string pattern for this racquet?
     
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  2. gjoc

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    One-piece stringing is not allowed.

    Here is the pattern for two-piece stringing:

    Head XRC.

    Instructions:

    String Tension: 52-62 lbs.

    String Length: 15' x 16'.

    String Pattern: 16 x 20.

    Start Mains at Throat--Mains skip 8T and 8H--Tie off Mains at 6T.

    Start Crosses at Top at 7H--Bottom Cross at 7T--Tie off Crosses at 6H and 8T.

    Shared Holes: 7T, 9T & 7H, 9H.
     
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  3. A.T.S.

    A.T.S. Semi-Pro

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    Sorry if this sounds stupid but what is a Head XRC? I looked it up and all I can find are skiis.
     
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  4. vsbabolat

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    The HEAD XRC is a early composite racquet from the late 70's to about 1982. It was replaced in 1982 by the Graphite Vector.
     
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  5. jorel

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    interesting..... none of them were strung with that pattern
     
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