Stringing a Wilson n6

Discussion in 'Strings' started by wfudeac, Dec 20, 2006.

  1. wfudeac

    wfudeac Rookie

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    Not an NSix-One! Anyway, the instructions on Wilson's website said you can string either one or two-piece. The two-piece instructions are confusing:

    n6 110
    String Tension : 55-65 lbs.
    String Length : 38' (ss: 10') or (20' M's and 18' X's)
    String Pattern : 16x20
    Start Main : at Throat: Mains skip 7H, 9H, and 7T, 9T. Tie off M's at 6T.
    One Piece : Start X's at Bottom at 7T. Top X: 7H. Tie off X's at 5H.
    Two Piece : Start X's at top at 7H. Bottom X: 7T. Tie off X's at 5H and 11T.
    Notes :


    The part I'm concerned about is for the two-piece, where it says "Start X's at top at 7H. Bottom X: 7T". What does the Bottom X: 7t part mean...Is that where the last cross is supposed to finish?
     
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  2. rod_b

    rod_b Rookie

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    Probably. Why don't you count how many holes there are for crosses and see if it comes out to 20?
     
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  3. wfudeac

    wfudeac Rookie

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    Probably. Without having the racquet in front of me it seems like the only logical answer, it's just a weird terminology compared to other stringing instructions from other racquet manufacturers.
     
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  4. PBODY99

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    Yes, it does.
     
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