My Eagnas Plus 6500

Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by gflyer, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. alcheng

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    I'll suggest have the tension head position as close as possible to the frame, thus less stretching on the string, thus a different DT value might turn out.
     
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  2. Lakers4Life

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    I'm picking up a Plus 6500 from a friend of a friend, who is no longer playing tennis. He's giving up his machine for a sweet price.
     
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  3. sstchur

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    Lakers: can you post a review when you get it and how it compares to your current machine?
     
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  4. mad dog1

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    is the turntable on the plus 6500 mounted on a bearing or is it like the flex 940 where the turntable wobbles?
     
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    I have not mounted a racket on yet, I'm still trying to tune the base clamps. I'm kinda glad I did not buy this machine. Also what I noticed is that one of the center posts is slight higher than the other, but the side mounts are level. As far as comparing this machine to my Gamma 6004, it does not even come close to my Gamma 6004. Once I get a racket mounted on it and strung I'll let you guys know. I'll probably mount my Wise 2086 Pro on it.


    I barely got it re-assembled, but it does have a thick washer. It's a screw/vise type brake, IMHO is better than a disc brake. I can post pictures you guys want.
     
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  6. 000KFACTOR90000

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    .............sorry wrong thread
     
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