Post Pictures of your Racquets and Tennis Gear

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by POGO, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. lwto

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    Yeah, awesome machine. The stand, nothing, just put it aside. On the table, it is actually the perfect height for me and it's 2 feet x 4 feet. So on the edge length wise I have it marked 1 foot 2 foot etc and from there I can just unroll the string that I have attached on the end. WOrks out pretty good. On the far left side, I have my 1/8 tape that I use to find the racquet balance point. On the other side I have my scale.

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  2. Capulin Zurdo

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    Two more

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  3. zapvor

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    nice setup! the sensor is amazing. how do you get the power cord to fit underneath
     
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  4. lwto

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    Good questiion, the Sensor comes with a plug that has a 90 degree angle on the end so it sits rather flush on the bottom. Just to make sure I put on higher rubber feet on the bottom.
    Yeah, it's a great machine, my partner got him a Wilson Bairado(sp) and it had the fancy angle thing, but was nowhere near the smoothness or quickness that the Sensor was.
    Thanks zapvor.
     
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  5. zapvor

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    yea sensor> everything else, except star 5. where did you get the rubber feet? i might try this
     
  6. lwto

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    I like them both, I like the Sensor better :)
    Hardware store, you know they are about 3/8 inch high and have sticky on the side you attach it to. Actually I"m looking at mine right now and it doesn't appear that I have extra feet below, just the ones it came with.

    The problem is finding something sturdy enough to hold the weight, I was lucky I have this old german chest of drawers, that work great cause I can keep all my strings, grips tools in and right next to it, a filing cabinet to hold the cleaning stuff and bigger tools.
    In fact you can probably use 3 filing cabinets and put a 1/2" piece of 2'x 4' plywood or longer if you want a longer table.
    That would work pretty good and then you have all those drawers in the cabinet for strings, reels fit perfect, and tools.
     
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  7. zapvor

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    i love that you have so many reels of string too
     

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