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Holabird Sports
Old 2003-09-24, 23:44   #1
pastrami
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Default ATS SSII stringing instructions help for a beginner

Just got my SS2 machine yesterday, and I'm pysched to get started.

But the instructions that it came with are pretty sparse and I've never strung a racquet before so I'm totally lost. Does anyone know where I can get more detailed instructions? I've been looking at sptennis.com which is a great resource. Anything else out there that might help me? I'm green as green can be.

I had a quick question right now is -
1. How do I determine which adapter to use (small or big) and since it's tapered off, does the high side touch the racquet or the low side?
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