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Have done very few center servings, but, my Darton came with a thick one which seperated at the loop contact points so I decided I would give it a shot.

I am using BCY#62 .02 with a spiragelli (however you spell it) server.

I served it twice yesterday, and each time the serving was seperating at the loop contact points. I was using LeEarl's tuning DVD as a guide, and was putting enough tension into the server where the string was just barely twisting when I would start to wrap the serving. The second time I added a bit more tension and the seperation was not as bad, but, it seemed like the string was twisting to an excessive amount when I was spinning the server.

I was finishing the serving by back serving.

Should I try a new material or should I try wrapping ther serving a little bit tighter? Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated! :)
 

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Edit: First post should have read BCY 62 .021.

Would the BCY 62XS be any better than the standard BCY 62?
 

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I believe you just need to put the serving material on tighter. I do all that on my string stretcher so the string twisting isn't a problem. You will probably have to hold the string from twisting while you serve it so it doesn't cause peep rotation.
 
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