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Old 11-21-2010, 12:17 PM   #3
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At the end of the racquet, I could not get the soft Forten Nylon through the tie-off hole. It's really squishy. I didn't prepare as well as I might have, not having any instant glue on hand. Frosh mistake.

I did get to try the 'release-the-trailer' method though. Zo Magic turned out to be faster for me to string with and a alot easier to poke through the tie off hole. It's not a total loss with the Forten though. It's soft and low powered, just what I'm looking for in a hybrid cross string. I believe that releasing the trailing clamp right after clamping the tensioned string, and before releasing tension, is greatly increasing my speed while stringing crosses.

4 racquets: Dunlop, Dunlop, Dunlop, HEAD
Alpha Pioneer DC Plus stringer
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