String pattern T2000

mrw

Semi-Pro
Thanks for posting. Can you email me the pix ? I get lots of requests for classic stringing patterns so would like to post on woodtennis dot com for easy refs.
Actually googled the request and grabbed them from there
 

onehandbh

Legend
I strung a friend's T2000 for the first time last year. It was by far the most difficult racquet I have ever strung.

The diagrams were essential!
 

dak95_00

Hall of Fame
I've strung a few. Its possible to one piece it but I can't remember how I did it. I did all three within a week in the last couple of years. Correct me if I'm wrong but the instructions were for the old 22' & 11' sets and not modern 36'/40' sets.
 

DUROC

Professional
I've strung a few. Its possible to one piece it but I can't remember how I did it. I did all three within a week in the last couple of years. Correct me if I'm wrong but the instructions were for the old 22' & 11' sets and not modern 36'/40' sets.
Correct the orig guides were based on the 22/11 sets.........those T2000 series frames were tough at first. Also a good idea to follow the directions a tube some of the corners..........

In all the years I strung those I never tried 1pc..........always thought you had to go 2pc and follow the adjustment as they flex and distort a ton as you string them.
 

dak95_00

Hall of Fame
I'm sure I gave them the Jimmy treatment at 40 pounds. I can't imagine going closer to 60.

I also strung them on either an Ektelon Model F or a Prince P200.
 

Ciaron

Semi-Pro
I'm sure I gave them the Jimmy treatment at 40 pounds. I can't imagine going closer to 60.

I also strung them on either an Ektelon Model F or a Prince P200.
So Connors had his strung at 40 pounds? Best I do the same with the Lacostes I got the other day which prompted this thread
 

dak95_00

Hall of Fame
I must've given that book away or I just can't find it. I'm sure some of the older guys will know with more certainty.
 
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