Archives for May 2018

Promoting on FaceBook to sell your B/G sets

Greetings members Many of you have taken the time to list your B/G sets for sale here on the IART website so I wanted to share with you what I’ve been doing to boost the sales of my own sets. I’ve acquired quite a few sets over the years, far more than I need to [see more]

The string breaker!

We all face this dilemma sooner or later. A young player who blows through string faster than lightning and a parent who is beside themselves wondering why and what can be done about it. I have a young high school player who was previously using a frame with a 16×19 pattern and breaking strings in [see more]

TOURNA CUBE – STRINGING MACHINE

Dear GSS Alliance Members, If you are in the market for a new stringing machine, look no further than the TOURNA CUBE! See what Nate Pagel – Associate Director at USRSA had to say on the CUBE: Nate Pagel This is a fantastic machine! Absolutely loved it. I’m 6’5″ so I loved the electric height adjustment that [see more]

Wilson Ultra 100 CV V2.0

The V2.0 is the second generation of the Ultra 100. Our model came in with a static weight of 10.97 ounces (strung) and is a racquet that I believe would work well for intermediates players. Wilson’s Countervail technology enhances the overall comfort of this frame and is a nice addition. There’s a structural reinforcement in the shaft [see more]

Racquet Stringers Should Advise More, Consent Less, Says Ashaway’s Steve Crandall

 While the risks of polyester strings are well known, advising clients on the proper string alternatives can be good for business Ashaway, RI – In a recent column on the risks of polyester string, Ashaway’s Steve Crandall said that it is the job of a racquet technician to advise his or her clients on proper [see more]

MonoGut ZX + ZX Pro

If you have been around Racquet Quest for a while, you know we talk a lot about Ashaway MonoGut ZX and ZX Pro, with ZX Pro being the 17 gauge version. During this post when I use MonoGut ZX it will include the ZX Pro Version, to save pixels! A few questions need to be [see more]