Wise 2086, size?

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  1. killo98

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    Hi to everyone!

    I would to know if someone could say to me the measures of the product, the width and height.

    Thank you very much.

    Alex.
     
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  2. Irvin

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    12" long x 11" high x 4" thick. If you add the Gamma adapter it will be 2" higher and if you add the diablo about 2" longer
     
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    I´m sorry for the link....

    My machine is TYGER StringEco-45

    Thanks
     
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  5. Irvin

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    Probably will be too high for 360 degree rotation
     
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  6. killo98

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    Maybe.... :-(

    Thank you Irvin
     
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    11' high - is it from the bottom of the mount? I am trying to understand if I will still have 360 degree rotation with WIse on my Gamma Progression X-ST without any additional modifications? Or maybe someone could tell the distance between the top of the mount and the top of diablo?

    This distance:
    [​IMG]
     
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  8. Rabbit

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    I don't know how the addition of a diabolo makes it 2" longer, the diabolo doesn't stick out over the end of the machine. The best thing to do is email or call Wise.
     
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    The diablo certainly DOES stick out over the end of the machine. I'm staring at mine right now.
     
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    10-4.....how soon we forget!
     
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    I'd forget if i could afford to... otherwise I'm quite happy!!
     
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    Consider the source. Some people want to disagree with whatever I say on the slim chance they might be right.
     
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    Your correct Irvin, but it keeps things interesting doesn't it?
    Also gives us something to view on these forums, after all you don't want it boring do you?
    It livens things up Irvin!
     
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    @Irvin....I disagree.....the slim chance you may be right!



    edit: and at least I admit when I am wrong.
     
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  15. loosegroove

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    Alright, just measured my Wise on my Prince Neos 1500. My version is the one just previous to the latest, but I think dimensions are the same. Anywho, from the top of the 1500's arm/track to the top of the diablo is just a hair under 8.5". Actually it looked like 8 & 7/16 inches. I have 360 degrees on most rackets, unless it's an unusually thin beamed racket and/or a big grip size. So my Prince Phantom Pro 100 with a 1/2 grip (and overgrip) doesn't quite make it around, but my same racket in 3/8 does, as does just about every other racket I've strung.
     
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  16. Irvin

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    Can’t see your picture but the Gamma X-ST is a lockout machine. Wise created a Gamma Adapter because the Wise was too low for Gamma Lockout Machines. The Gamma Adapter raises the Wise up 2” and prevents 360* rotation. If you don’t use the adapter and just mount the Wise on the tension bar you will be fine.

    EDIT: You better use the Diablo though or you may break strings because the Wise sits low on a Gamma lockout. The Gamma lockout has to sit low to accommodate the string guide (aka string roller) which is on the lockout tensioner which is positioned just above and in front of the tensioner.

    Different machine but pretty much the same:
    [​IMG]
     
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  17. skydog

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    I use the Wise on my X-ST with no issues. Still have 360 rotation and I do not use the Gamma Adapter.
     
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  18. Irvin

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    If you used the Gamma Adapter you would raise the Wise up 2”. Then you would loose 360 rotation.
     
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  19. Jurijs

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    Folow up for Wise on Gamma Progression X-ST - installation took like 2 minutes on the crank bar without any adapter - 360 degree rotation still possible. Will test the whole setup tonight.
     
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