stringng (with added stupidity)
Published: 09 Jun 2007 - 15:40 by aprice1985
Updated: 28 Aug 2007 - 23:54
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I just got my squash racquet restrung by one of the few people in norwich restringing sqaush ones and stupidly am out of date with squash strings and he quoted a good price of £15 for a technifibre sting which i wasn't familiar with, he seemed to know his stuff about squash and the prince power rings so i left it in without much of a thought, only to find afterwards on the net that it was the dual metal platinum, a tennis string. Firstly does anyone know how much this might screw up my game, it being tennis i can't imagine it will help!
Secondly it got me thinking about the cost of stringing and all the fuss i have to go to to leave it in, wait and then pick it up again and was wondering how easy stringing yourself is. So few people seem to do squash racquets that it is actually a hassle for me to get it done! Anyone know costs of machines, their size and how easy it is to learn with noone to teach you there?
Finally, my god for a guy meant to be smart i can be soooooooo stupid at times!!!How to add images to Members' Forum posts and replies here...
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