hybrid strings for Aeropro Dr? Any personal preference?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by BabolatFan, Jan 19, 2006.

  1. BabolatFan

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    I need your suggestion on hybrid strings for my aeropro dr. I wanna try it. Please feel free to make any suggestions if you play with it on APD yourself. Good or bad results? Thanks.
     
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  2. bagung

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    i have my apd strung with adrenalin which poly main and gut cross... have strung n gut main and poly cross.... and also bb original main and n gut cross...
     
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  3. BabolatFan

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    ok i'll check it out. Thx.
     
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  4. aRod36

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    im going to string my apd with bb ace 18 in the mains and dunlop max comfort 16 in the crosses i will update later on how it plays.
     
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  5. Jonnyf

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    on my old PD+ and APD i used custom hybrid pro hurricane and VS
     
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  6. BabolatFan

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    Cool. Keep me posted on your tension and results on play and feel.
     
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  7. BabolatFan

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    How long did it last on your APD? What tension? Good for power and control? Thanks for the update.
     
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  8. Jonnyf

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    Good for everything, i got about 2 months out of it max but i break strings alot now. eh Vs was 58 and pro hurricane 61
     
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  9. BabolatFan

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    Awesome. Thx Jonnyf. I've read some other reviews too. Sounds like a good setup. I'll set it up on my backup racquet.
     
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