I strung on the revo 4000 yesterday...

Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by me is bored, Jan 17, 2007.

  1. me is bored

    me is bored Semi-Pro

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    it was pretty good, no obstructed holes good clamps and everything was easily adjustable

    lol but when i was stringing i couldnt do the last 3 or 4 crosses so i just tied off and left it that way, but atleast i have the motions and what to do down lol
     
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  2. VGP

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    You're joking about the last 3-4 crosses, right?

    You just left them off all together......?

    Were you so in a hurry that you had to leave it?
     
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  3. me is bored

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    uhh i ran out of string, and thats a practice racket...i dont use that racket anymore...
     
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  4. Netgame

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    I get my Revo 4000 Monday.
    Did you look at the string pattern for your racquet before you strung it?
     
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  5. Redflea

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    Congrats on your first semi-complete string job! :)
     
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  6. ShooterMcMarco

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    I remember my first job it, I had like 4 misweaves and it took me an hour and a half.
     
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