Question about hybrid setup

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  1. dekko1

    dekko1 Semi-Pro

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    Hi guys, I have been playing with full poly for a while now. I have tried some hybrids but never really found a multi that fitted well with the poly.
    Anyway, I just tried Toalson Biologic as a multi with a Isospeed Tournament and I really love it, but the only problem is that the crosses move a lot and I really hate that!! So my question, what can I do so the strings don't move so much?!
    Should I try another polyester string? Would a rough poly be better? should I try the multi on the mains? Any suggestions?

    Thanks!!
     
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  2. dekko1

    dekko1 Semi-Pro

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    Any suggestions?
    Anyone?
     
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  3. David123

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    Umm.. maybe try switching strings if that bothers you so much.
     
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  4. pheonix6579

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    you could try string savers...they tend to minimize string movement
     
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  5. Sublime

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    Try a multi with a low friction coating, like bab addiction, prince recoil, prince premier LT, or yonex 850 tour pro. Another poly would work too, but would defeat the purpose of a poly/multi hybrid.
     
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    Did you raise the tension on the multi crosses?
     
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