Your Experience About Dunlop Ag 4D 300 Tour

Discussion in 'Strings' started by sinnetklat, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. sinnetklat

    sinnetklat New User

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    I use a Dunlop Aerogel 4D 300 Tour whose specs are satisfactory for me. I am 45 and I assume to be between 4.0 and 4.5. For the last few years, I feel playing less risky, mostly from the baseline and getting to the net for ready balls.

    However, I have to admit that I didn't do much about strings till now. I mostly had my racquet strung according to the stringers' proposals. But, I believe people playing with this stick absolutely have more to tell.

    I would like to hear about your stringing experience on Dunlop Ag 4D 300 Tour; type, tension, anything.

    I believe your suggestions will make me have more accurate shots...
     
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  2. sinnetklat

    sinnetklat New User

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    Noone playing with this stick?

    I need your suggestions, please.

    Thanks...
     
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  3. ART ART

    ART ART Semi-Pro

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    Lead at 12' - 14grams
    Silicone inside butcapp - 17grams

    Strung and with Overgrip:
    SW= ~360
    BP= ~32.5cm
    Weight= ~357grams

    Full Copoly - BlackCode 17 @ 20~21Kilos

    And you will have a very nice racket to play.

    Try it, and then report :)
     
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  4. Hidious

    Hidious Professional

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    I wasted many strings in the 300 Tour and nothing seemed to work. I now understand that i was stringing too high. I suggest you stay in the 45-55 lbs range as opposed to the 55-65 range listed on the racquet.
     
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  5. rosstheboss

    rosstheboss New User

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    in my opinion thats way to heavy ... i play with just 6 grams of lead tape at 12 0 clock with weisscannon scorpion 1.22 very good setup and very easy to yield
     
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  6. steve260z

    steve260z Rookie

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    BHBR at 56/54 works very well. Black code 18g in the low 50s I like too. I mainly play with the 200 Lite but still carry the 300T AG in my bag.
     
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  7. sinnetklat

    sinnetklat New User

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    It is nice to hear suggestions from users of my tour 300. According to the current replies, low tension may be a good choice?

    Looking forward to other suggestions from friends.

    Thanks...
     
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  8. ART ART

    ART ART Semi-Pro

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    If you play with good players, with very good strokes, you will need a solid racket, or you wont be able to play them with a light racket.

    Just focus on your movement, and let the racket do the job for you ;)

    Once you get used to it, you won't regret. :)
     
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  9. blackfrido

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    Same experience with me. I played with the stick for over a year trying all sort of strings, nothing seems to improve its performance (which is not bad). Finally sold all of them because of that.
     
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