one piece stringing help for tight 325

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  1. heartattack

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    use an ATW pattern
     
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    I use an ATW pattern with mine and there are no problems. I posted a few months ago about there being a typo on that stringing diagram I believe, I didn't see it immediately just now but I seem to remember that...
     
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    If you are looking for the typo look in the text box at the upper left.
     
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    thanks. i forget to tell you that im using a drop weight gamma x-2 machine.
     
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    All the more reason to use an ATW pattern as you will always have two strings to clamp. Just use the short side string to run in a cross to hold the first cross ran in with the long side. If you want to know how let me know.
     
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    base on my racquet, im goin to use 21' around main and 18' on crosses. how do i set this up on my long side and short side ???
     
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    Didn't mention but this requires a starting clamp. For the short side you will need about 14' and for the long side about 24'. Run in the center 16 mains and use the short side to run in the fifth cross (you only have to weave through the first four mains.) Hold the short side with a starting clamp on the outside of the frame on that fifth cross. With the long side run in the fourth cross and clamp to fifth cross, and then the third. Now move the starting clamp to the eight main on the short side, or use a flying clamp to hold the eight main on the short side (easier.) remove the fifth cross and use the long side to run in all crosses except for the bottom cross and tie off. Use the short side to run in the outside mains and bottom cross, then the TOP cross and finishnup with the second cross and tie off.
     
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