Prince poly mains and dunlop max comfort crosses?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by theJuniorACE, Jan 23, 2006.

  1. theJuniorACE

    theJuniorACE Rookie

    Nov 27, 2005
    well ive got a HM 200G
    and want to try a hybrid and a poly for that matter
    so i was thinking prince poly for the mians and
    dunlop max comfort for the crosses
    how do you guys think itll play?

    any suggestions on tensions,
    i normally play with syn guts at 59 or 60
  2. thetenniskid07

    thetenniskid07 Banned

    Aug 21, 2005
    Your poly should be around 54 lbs.
  3. jhp49

    jhp49 Rookie

    Jan 14, 2006
    I tried babalot pro hurricane 17 as mains and Dunlop Max comfort 17 as crosses in a LM Radical OS. It didn't feel like I had power. I then tried Klip Synthetic Gut 17 with Pro Hurricane 17 and felt I gained power over the Dunlop Max Comfort. I think the max comfort was too soft, at least for me. According to the Babalot website, "Main functions of main strings:- Durability- Generate Spin ; Main functions of cross strings:- Power- Comfort". It may pay to keep that in mind when selecting your crosses. So far I like Gosen OG-Sheep Micro 17 best for crosses and Gosen Polylon Comfort 17 best for the mains .
  4. Midlife crisis

    Midlife crisis Hall of Fame

    Sep 24, 2005
    You should try a primarily solid core string for the crosses. The softer multifilament strings like the max comfort will get chewed up by a stiffer string very quickly.

    I'd suggest PSG or PSGD for crosses to start, and string the mains at about 56 with the crosses at 59 and see how that plays for you. If nothing else, it will give you a good and standard basis to go somewhere else.

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