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Old 22nd Oct 2018, 2:44 pm   #1
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Default Badminton Radio dial drive cord.

I have used all sorts of cord in the past from stainless steel cable (Philips) to fishing line, the other day I had to repair a dial drive having first used some NOS RS dial drive which was a little on the thin side, I managed to touch it with the soldering Iron as one does, so had to start again, not having any more cord I noticed my old busted string Badminton racket, when I used this it did the job brilliantly no slippage on the drive pulley and would think it will last forever.
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