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Old 06-04-2013, 12:40 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by rst View Post
" Txt858 ) Kevlar holds no special advantage when it comes to "biting" or "grabbing" the ball for spin potential. Ball bite actually isn't really the big issue we thought it was years ago."

if you squished a sponge onto a mesh of barbed wire fence and then onto a mesh of smooth galvanized steel fence would there be a different effect on the sponge?? greater tearing on one? are ball / string bed dynamics significantly different??
I have to disagree with you on this one. I used Forten aramid gear for a long time and just went to tourbite. I found the aramid had a lot more bite on the ball and produced drop shots that almost spun back into the net. String it in the forties for best results!
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