Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by Rod K, Feb 25, 2004.
Are there any changes I need to make to my machine to string a racquetball racquet?
Rod, it somewhat depends on the type of machine you have. On a typical 6 point mount for most racquetball frames you don't need to change your machine, AFAIK. You may need a throat adapter for some frames that have very long heads, especially on machines like Laserfibre and Silent Partner that are built to string frames that have a hoop piece at the throat. Most modern racquetball frames are built like a Head Ti-S7 tennis racquet. They have no bottom hoop at the throat. The E-FORCE racquets come to mind. You might want to contact Tim Sullivan at ******************.com . He's a pro tour stringer and also does quite a few racquetball frames.
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