Reliable, well priced stringing service in the OC?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Hi I'm Ray, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. Hi I'm Ray

    Hi I'm Ray Hall of Fame

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    This is my first time breaking a string since I moved to the OC area. Can anyone recommend a reliable stringing service at a good price in the OC? I say good price because I have been to shops that charge double the price of some other places. I'm in the Westminster/Garden Grove area, driving to Cypress, HB, Seal Beach, Fountain Valley, Buena Park, and other nearby cities is not a problem. Thanks!
     
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  2. TW Staff

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    You can always ship your racquet to Tennis Warehouse to get it re-strung. You would have to pay for labor, string and shipping. It might save you gas and money, depending on the prices that your local shops offer.

    Danny, TW
     
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  3. drakulie

    drakulie Talk Tennis Guru

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    ^^what do you guys charge for stringing if a customer sends you the frame and string?

    Thanks
     
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  4. UD1

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    I take my racquets to the Cerritos Tennis Center(Cerritos borders Cypress). $12 to get my racquets strung by an MRT on a Babolat 5 Star-great deal.
     
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  5. High Roller

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    Good shop. Good guys.
     
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  6. Hi I'm Ray

    Hi I'm Ray Hall of Fame

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    Thanks for everyone's replies!
     
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  7. flashfire276

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    I never knew that! Gosh, shipping could be a giant price though.
    How much do you charge for labor? And do we have to cover return shipping?
     
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  8. rz250r

    rz250r Rookie

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    Don't ask for TW.

    Many Japanese(they bought one from TW) said it was very poor string.
    Racket was very cheap, but never ask for stringing.

    I bought one, Surely poor stringing.
     
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  9. Winky

    Winky Guest

    First off, don't call it "The" OC.
     
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  10. MythicalBeast

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    I get my racket strung at the shop by La Quinta High School
     
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