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  1. #1

    Racquet Stringing

    This is gonna seem like a stupid and lazy question but i'm gonna ask anyway...

    Well, I basically want to know which way would be more better cost wise. I saw a racquet off of ebay that I could get for 99 cents to no more than 5 bucks but it has no strings. I wanted to know how much strings were and on avg, how much would it cost to string the racquet. Would it be more than just buying a racquet already pre-strung? Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by HookEmServe; 04-15-2005 at 08:52 PM.

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    does anyone know? Is there another tennis forum, like a head tennis forum that I could go to?

  3. #3
    XxJ03YxX Guest
    uhh my place I go to to string my raquets is 16 for labor+cost of string, i just got my HEAD restrung today and it was like 35 TOTAL. Thats including string and labor. I got Wilson Enduro 16G.

  4. #4

    stringing

    I usually have my coach string it for me. I get mine strung for $10 labor only. I would suggest getting a unstrung one because those factory strings don't last you too long. I broke 3 of mine in a good week of practice each. But they were the crappy Wilson strings.

  5. #5
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    It doesn't matter if it's strung or unstrung if it is a cheap racquet. Good strings are going to make a cheap racquet play good. Make sure the racquet is worth stringing! Better to look for a pre-strung racquet if your just looking for a deal. Not a good deal if the cost of restringing a racquet is more than the racquet is worth.
    DOUG HOFER
    USPTA Certified Tennis Professional
    USRSA Certified Professional Racquet Stringer
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  6. #6
    Yup. For something in that price range, just go to a discount store and buy a pre-strung one.

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