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    1. joseosuna
      joseosuna
      Hi Stevel, can you please give me your review on the AG Nylon string? (havent found any info on that one)
      thank you very much for your time
      1. SteveI
        SteveI
        Hi ... Nothing really special about the AG Nylon string. I used it a few times a few years back. Solid string at a good price. They had many colors also. I would think Forten Nylon and Prince Nylon would be a about the same. I used the 16G in gold and liked the way that played . Held up great as far as breaking it...
        Jan 3, 2018
      2. joseosuna
        joseosuna
        thank you very much, im checking between forten nylon and AG nylon to see which one would be a better choice for economical string to sell here in mexico, but no reviews from the AG string in any place
        i appreciate your time to answer me back!
        Jan 3, 2018
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      3. SteveI
        SteveI
        I would go with the best price. I have used both and I would think both string are a good value... Good Luck!!
        Jan 3, 2018
    2. CopolyX
      CopolyX
      if possible send me your name and email address...it is for Josh H. at Laserfibre...he would like to send his thanks to you...
      tsdamore@comcast.net
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      2. SteveI
        SteveI
        Sent you mail.... I really like the string... :-)
        Jul 14, 2017
    3. JustTennis76
      JustTennis76
      I do not have Isospeed baseline or Forten Sweet but have Gosen Sheep Micro, Babolat Conquest, Babolat Nvy and head FXP. Would any of these be a good cross for origin?
    4. JustTennis76
      JustTennis76
      I saw your post about Babolat Origin not having any real weaknesses. I'm thinking about putting some cheap round poly like Gosen polylon in the crosses to bring the overall cost down of the string job. Do you think it will be a stiffer setup overall? Full bed of Origin is $21.95 per string job but with polylon in a hybrid, it will be about $12 a string job.
      1. SteveI
        SteveI
        I would use something like Isospeed Baseline 16L instead of the Gosen Polylon. You would wasting the Origin combining it with the polylon. If you had some Forten Sweet.. than would be a great cross..
        Nov 26, 2016
      2. MisterP
        MisterP
        Try it in a full bed once so you at least know how it's supposed to feel. $22 experiment ain't gonna kill ya.
        Nov 27, 2016
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