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Old 12-04-2010, 11:43 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Technatic View Post
In Anyway, the check on the tension is easy:
Measure the length and the width before and after stringing and if they are the same it was the right difference between tensions.
If the length has become bigger the tension in the mains is too high (which is more dangerous than too low).
Technatic, don't you mean that if the length has become bigger, the tension in the crosses is too high? I thought that was more dangerous than the mains being too tight.
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