Help with Strings...

Discussion in 'Strings' started by inspired_tennis, Sep 24, 2008.

  1. inspired_tennis

    inspired_tennis New User

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    Hello all,

    So i posted a thread a little while ago wanting to know the differences b/t the KBlade 98 and the PDR+, I think i'm going to go ahead and switch over to Babolat and try out the PDR+. The only reason i'm going with the plus version is because my current racquet is 27.5".

    My question has to do with stringing. I don't know much about stringing at all. What do you guys suggest i should go with? I heard Head FXP was good. Any suggestions will help. I plan on picking up my (2), maybe 3 PDR+ tomorrow.

    Thanks,

    DL
     
  2. tailofdog

    tailofdog Semi-Pro

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    Try KLIP EXCELLARATOR or WILSON NXT
    You will enjoy either one.
    From there you can experiment
     
  3. inspired_tennis

    inspired_tennis New User

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    Thanks buddy... I'll look into those you named. I'm assuming you prefer those over the Head i mentioned, since you didn't comment on the the FXP by Head?
     
  4. Matty G

    Matty G Professional

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    I realy sugest head rip control 16. Its comfortable , low powerd and the most durable multi out there. It would go very well with the pdr+ . I sugest you string one with rip control and the other one with a poly hybrid. I would sugest you go for lux. original and rip control. You could also just try prince syn.gut original. The tensions i would recomend would be 59 for the full rip contol and full psgo and 56 for the lux. and 59 for the rip control in the hybrid
     
  5. Valjean

    Valjean Hall of Fame

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    What have you been using, and what do you want from a string? Will you order it in or go with what the local store has on hand? What do they have in, if so?
     

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