Thread: Weird stringer
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Old 02-13-2013, 03:01 AM   #5
Irvin
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I wish there weren't but I think there are a lot of stringers wondering what's wrong with that. My guess is if you buy tubing you won't get reimbursed. I think the store would rather have them buy a new racket that spend time fixing an old one.

EDIT: I hate to say it but if the racket is all beat up to begin with and the bumper strip is torn to peaches think of what could happen. A junior brings in a racket you replace the grip, grommets, and strings and the junior goes on his way. Two days later the racket cracks and someone wants their money back.
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