| - MacJack 6/14/13 reply|
I ordered two pieces of 15mm East Coast and strung both pieces up on my two Evo 4's the same exact way and they came out completely different. I'm not sure if this is typical defect or not. Has this happened to anyone else?
| - Ph33r 6/19/13 reply|
If u string a head with the same pattern, it doesnt mean u strung it the same way. Every head is strung differently because, no one is perfect. It has to be how tight your channels are on both heads, or the different tightness of the shooting strings. When stringing a head, the knots to create the channel have to be gradually loosened until u start forming the pocket.
| - snakemanthelaxer 6/11/13 reply|
My mesh is flaking a ton... I'm pretty sure that's not supposed to happen with ECM... Is anyone having the same problem?
| - WilsonLax#16 3/31/13 reply|
!5mm is most preferred it's the best all around. It's not too hard or too soft it's just right. I use East coast mesh in all my sticks. Dont get 13 mm got that in my Lakota it sucks.
| - JDstringing 2/18/13 reply|
20mm actually has bigger diamonds making it softer and 15mm is a bit harder and 13mm is even harder but 15mm is pretty soft idk about 20mm an 13 but i hae 15mm and i think its good for most positions but its mainly preference but if u like hard mesh get 13mm but if u like soft get 15mm but idk about 20mm i guess thats really soft its for like fogo's
| - Ryratnc 2/16/13 reply|
20 mm has smaller diamonds. Im an attack and use 15mm. Its pretty much about preference and play style
| - jselb10 1/10/13 reply|
this is easily the best mesh on the market and greg is awesome
| - seanb 1/08/13 reply|
just buy it from east coast dyes for $15