Thread: Eagnas?!!!!
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Old 09-14-2008, 12:23 PM   #26
mellofelow
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Originally Posted by lawlitssoo1n View Post
hm.. i see
but the 910 base is plastic, should't it flex more? cuz i string my racket at 65-70lbs. well maybe the 940 metal base is very thin? I'm guessing
No... 910 base is steel. Not solid but with support ridges therefore very sturdy.

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Originally Posted by Mansewerz View Post
Mello, you have the combo 910? How good is it? Also, isn't the gamma st II a little more basic?
The 910 is a very capable home stringer. Frequent tune ups are required. If you're handy, I'd recommend a couple of Home Depot hardware upgrades and fixes.

I have used older generation Gamma machines before and I expect the ST II to be exceptional. The only down grade between them is lack of stand, which is fine because I intend to use it on my B&D WorkMate.
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