Post Pictures of your Awesome Stringjobs

Discussion in 'Strings' started by ChocolatePie, Aug 5, 2007.

  1. LafayetteHitter

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    Klip Optic nerve with Klip Legend 16

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  2. A!M+

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    LafayetteHitter, nice string jobs! Look awesome! :D
    One thing...what are the main differences, from your point of view, between both raquets (not refering about the string, but the raquet it self)?
     
  3. SonRK

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    armsty

    Yea that says RL, it's my initials so I printed it out in a decent looking font and made a custom stencil to do it :)
     
  4. ClubHoUno

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    Babolat PST - Hybrid of X-one and Recoil - looks as great as it plays :D

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    Babolat Pure Drive (customers') with Babolat PHT 17 @ 58:

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  7. 1012007

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    Is that on your eco stringing machine or whatevrr its called:)
    Still going good?
     
  8. Pro Staff Pete

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    Yeah Tyger StringEco :)

    I'm really satisfied and haven't faced any problems as of yet. The best thing about is that stringing goes really smooth, it takes me less effort than on my dropweight (obviously) making it more fun.
     
  9. Pro Staff Pete

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    My friend playing with it last night and winning 6-4 6-3

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  10. 1012007

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    And all because of the string job:):)
     
  11. Pro Staff Pete

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    You know it :) He hadn't played with PHT before but he really liked it!
     
  12. Lloyd Barcenilla

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    MSV focus hex 1.10
     
  13. crazytennis

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    Your friend is footfaulting as well. :D :D
     
  14. RakettoKozou

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    Wow nice Jonolau, I'm liking the color co ordination
     
  15. RakettoKozou

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    nvm... didn't notice the 31 pages... sorry for the double post
     
  16. DLtoken

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    Gonna call a foot fault. ;)
     
  17. crazy8tiger

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    Not very good quality-

    Dunlop M-Fil 200 w/ Luxilon BB Ace/PSGD @ 60 lbs.
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    Head Liquidmetal Radical w/ Babolat Pro Hurricane/Xcel Premium @ 58 lbs.
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  18. consistency wins

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    Foot fault!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  19. TheShaun

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    BB 11 Mid w/ SPPP & Gosen

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  20. feyya

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    Just did these today
    My friends N pro open-Mains X-one biphase-X's SPPP
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    My HPS w/ Big Ace
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  21. Pro Staff Pete

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    Indeed ;) .....
     
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    strong foot fault
     
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    I think we know now (its been posted about 10 times)....
     
  24. Tim W

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    What are you talking about? It's cool to get a high post count!
    +1 to me!!
     
  25. mozzer

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    I just saw jonolau post this in another thread, definately the best i have seen.
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  26. David Valencia

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    Racquet: Prince O3 Speedport Black 4 - 1/2"
    String: Babolat VS Team 17 / Luxilon BB ALU Power 16L
    Tension: 55 / 58 lbs.
    DT: 38
     
  27. wilsonsir12

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    that dunlop looks great
     
  28. fridrix

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    Donnay Allwood with orange polyester

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    I got this Allwood off of fleabay. It originally had Bow brand gut but it was frayed. I threw in some orange polyester... can't remember the name... to match the orange in the paintjob. Strung at 60# tension to imitate the Borg sticks of yore. I like the way it hits but it gives you very little in the way of "pop"! It is hard to overhit with this thing.

    This was the first wood racquet I ever strung. It was not too difficult as I had a Chris Evert racquet to use as a template. 18 x 20 pattern, pretty dense. I reused the power pads it had on it.

    Oh yeah, vote for me if you feel like it! Shameless publicity stunt.
     
  29. ryangoring

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    2 Ncode 95 6.1 BA red and Gosen white.

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  30. Rysty

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    My first stringjobs:

    SPPP 1,33 mm, 23/22 kg, for clay:

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    Topspin Cyberflash 1.30 mains, 24 kg, and Cyber Blue 1.25 crosses, 22,5 kg.

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  31. Guamanian G

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    Man, supermario has some crazy strinjobs!

    Also, don't regular apd's look insane with blue string??
     
  32. jcstennis

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    haaaha thanks man :) i try to string up some crazy looking combos yes and most of them actually hit well too!
     
  34. supertrex

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    Jack what s the brand of that string machine?>
     
  35. toyota817

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    i wanna see a prestige pro with black stringss
     
  36. Guamanian G

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    Here's mine: Pro Red Code mains
    Wilson extreme syn crosses

    Rubber band FTW
     
  37. ag200boy

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    actually not a very cool stringjob at all since i ran out of PSBA(got another reel on the way)

    but i had to post something
     
  38. Matty G

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    ag200boy - Have you hit the ag200 with cb . If so how did it play im collecting one from stringing tomorow with cb @ 58 and collecting a 2nd on sunday . Have you done any mods with yours.
     
  39. ag200boy

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    matty, no i havent used cb, but let me know how it plays

    and when i first got it, since i was transitioning from a head LM 4, i added some lead (10g total) at 3 and 9 to compensate for a lack of power, then lowered it to 5g, and i am now playing it at the stock weight
     
  40. jongunz

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    Here's my first 2 piece. It's all prince synthetic gut.
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  41. Matty G

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    And now you striging full poly at 63. Haha. Im realy enjoying this raquet stock actualy and think i musy stick with it like this and just an og . Will let you know prob playing with it 2moro.
     
  42. ag200boy

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    haha yeah, i have adjusted to the lower power

    i actually think im a bit overadjusted.. i was out of BA so i strung it up with psgd at 65 and i was sending tons of balls into the fence......
     
  43. ag200boy

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    wel, my reel of BA finally got here, so i gots another pic for ya
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  44. Motherwasp

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    ^^^Nice, its a shame stencil ink never stays on poly for long though.
     
  45. ag200boy

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    yeah i hit with it for about 10min against a wall and its pretty much blank in my contact zone
     
  46. Matty G

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    WOW that looks good.
     
  47. Matty G

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    Ag 200 - Cyber Blue 1.25
     
  48. ag200boy

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    ^^^ dang that also cool
    i think theyd be even better lookin in a hybrid, but i just dont like buying extra string when i have a reel laying around

    yeah i have to say the AG200 really looks great with most everything
     
  49. Matty G

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    Haha. Yea i got to agree they flexible enough to use full poly. Im getting my other one strung with full bbo at 56. I dont mind the full cp @ 58 its actualy quite good maby a little bit to powerfull. Have you tried bbo/alu in yours.
     
  50. ag200boy

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    ive used bbo rough at 55, and i didnt really like it, but ive never really had a thing for lux and it was significantly lower then my normal poly tension
     

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