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Old 12-18-2012, 01:29 AM   #14
newyorkstadium
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I've read that a high tension string has more elasticity loss, because it's stretched more.

High spin potential strings have high string-to-ball friction. Does this wear the strings out quicker?

The string friction rankings is missing out on some strings like VS tonic. Also, the Pacific Classic has a different COF value from the string finder tool.

Thanks again.

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