I'm aspiring to start stringing my own racquets and there's a Tenex 6000 stringer that's come for sale locally. It's about 12 years old and a full floor standing model with a crank tensioner. I understand it's similar to the older Gamma 6000 who took over Tenex many years ago. I haven't seen it, but I'm told it's "almost like new", but hasn't been used for some time. My question is whether a stringer of this vintage is still worthwhile buying for stringing modern racquets. Does anyone know if this model will be able to handle various models of wide bodies racquets? I play with a Dunlop MW 200g, so since it's a pretty standard width, I'm sure this model will be OK. Since it's older, just wondering whether clamps might need to be replaced and whether 3rd party ones would fit. What else might need to be replaced for a stringer of this age? Thanks!