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      Just speed glue the rubber a couple of times, will stretch it, then reglue it to blade with it moved away from bad spot, then cut. Should fix half of problem.

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      Yes, what is written above is really good advice. But unfortunately, this does not work well for all rackets. One of mine continued to go bad until I bought a new one.

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      Quote Originally Posted by bathwalter View Post
      Yes, what is written above is really good advice. But unfortunately, this does not work well for all rackets. One of mine continued to go bad until I bought a new one.
      Are you saying you would buy a whole new racket rather than change the rubbers?

      Do you use a racket where everything comes together? Or do you buy blade and rubbers separately?

      Have you changed rubbers before?
      Spin Everything.

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      I just said that some rackets you can save by the repair, but it doesn'tt last for a long time.

      I am not very good at this. Perhaps I bought low-quality goods or received poor changing rubber

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      Quote Originally Posted by bathwalter View Post
      I just said that some rackets you can save by the repair, but it doesn'tt last for a long time.

      I am not very good at this. Perhaps I bought low-quality goods or received poor changing rubber
      I am not getting the sense that you even know what I asked.

      What kind of blade are you using? What kind of rubber do you have on your FH? What rubber do you have on your BH? What kind of glue would you use if you were going to glue new rubbers on your blade?
      Last edited by UpSideDownCarl; 3 Weeks Ago at 12:17 PM.

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