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Old 10-11-2010, 10:54 AM   #15
TennisCJC
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I have LF too. Use the big+1 small weight and measure from the tension device pivot rod to the bottom of the weight to set the desired tension. Agree, it should only be 5 lbs off if you are using an extra small weight to go up into the 68 to 81 range. If you have a big chunk + 2 little chunks in your weight take off 1 of the little chunks and it should be good to go. If you don't have 2 little chunks, I don't have a clue - back to your calibration is off or remote possibility that tension arm has been worn thru years of use which is unlikely. LF/Stringway are built like rocks and you shouldn't see any degradation of quaility for about 10 years unless you are string rackets at a commercial rate - say 150+ rackets per year.
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