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Old 02-13-2013, 05:41 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by SwankPeRFection View Post
Not replacing a bumper guard or telling the owner of a racquet to pay for such a service when that guard is in really bad shape is just bad business. Poor grommet maintenance will lead to poor string jobs, snapped strings and even more damage to the frame. Stringers should suggest proper maintenance to someone's stick that's in really bad shape.
not sure what you meant. are you saying they shouldnt have to pay to get their bumperguards replaced? in my experience theres always a charge to get a new bumper. personally i only suggest it to the adults, and even then they dont listen. in fact i had one tell me i was a "smartazz' for trying to tell him what to do, and he complained to management. it was pretty funny.

is this what your post means??
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