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How to Solve Dead & Stiff in Dunlop Synthetic 17 White Strings

This gut has 125mm gauge with 40 feet length. This String mainly made with 3 layers, those are Center core, outer wrap and Silicone coating. This center core made out from Mono nylon co polymer with Du Pont nylon 66. Most of the players who use this String said this string is “dead & stiff”.

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