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Old 2003-04-28, 22:11   #1
Frank
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Default Main and Cross with diff. Tension, is there advantage?

for example, with most racket, MxC: 16x19, because there are more cross strings already, is there any advantage or even necessay to string cross 3-5lbs tigher to balance the tension on the frame? or do other wise to string the main a few lbs more, because there are less string for main?
Any reply is apprieciated.
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