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    Lockout calibration

    I have a relatively simple question: When you calibrate a lockout machine and you find the exact deviance (let's say 2kgs), is it necessary to adjust the screw? Can't you just set the tension 2 kgs higher or lower than before?
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    Question about double pulling

    I know that double pulling (pulling two strings at the same time) is a very common way for starting the mains but are there any disadvantages? Can the string or the tensioner be damaged if you are not careful enough?
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    Tier One Ghostwire

    Hello folks, In a facebook post, tier one has informed that early in the next year they are gonna release a new, round, soft, white co-poly, named ghostwire. It seems that it will be similar to multifilament strings in terms of softness. Who is excited? P.S. Check out their x-mas offers, 30%...
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    Lowest power frame

    Hey, guys which is the lowest power frame you have played with? Mine would be prince phantom 100,although it excels in the department of comfort. Also, from a few rackets I have tested over the years, Wilson blx pro staff 95 is quite low-powered..
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    Unusual knot

    I saw the following knot in one of my friend's racket. It looks like a standard starting knot that contains three loops (instead of two).Is it necessary to tie such a bulky knot? For starting knots, I believe Irvin's iknot is sufficient enough.
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    Best way for starting the mains

    Hey guys,which of the following would you consider the best method for starting mains? 1)Yusuki method 2)Parnell method(i know that he does not own this technique but i cannot find another term/as it is shown in his 16 min video,it refers to backing up a fixed clamp with a starting clamp inside...
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