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 Post subject: Mo, oil pattern suggestion's
 Posted: Sun Mar 21, 2010 1:42 pm Post Number: #1 Post
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I know your a ball guy, but i also know that you know oil machines and oil patterns. ( i overheard you at Crazy Pinz...lol)
Right now we are using "wall street" and it only seems to benefit crankers and strokers. We have tried "easy street" and "main street" and they just dont seem to hold up.

Here's what we have:
Brunswick Pro Anvil lanes
Kustodion original with transfer brush
Kegel Navigate oil
Defense cleaner

We are looking for a pattern that can hold up for 3 game sets and benefit everyone. We have tried contacting Kegel but their suggestions dont seem to help much. Any suggestions from you or anybody else would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Tim


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 Posted: Sun Mar 21, 2010 2:39 pm Post Number: #2 Post
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TMack wrote:
I know your a ball guy, but i also know that you know oil machines and oil patterns. ( i overheard you at Crazy Pinz...lol)
Right now we are using "wall street" and it only seems to benefit crankers and strokers. We have tried "easy street" and "main street" and they just dont seem to hold up.

Here's what we have:
Brunswick Pro Anvil lanes
Kustodion original with transfer brush
Kegel Navigate oil
Defense cleaner

We are looking for a pattern that can hold up for 3 game sets and benefit everyone. We have tried contacting Kegel but their suggestions dont seem to help much. Any suggestions from you or anybody else would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Tim


Problems like you are talking about come from too little conditioner in the front part of the lane. Very typical of some of the Kegel patterns. You'll need to e-mail me the exact patterns that you are using for me to help.


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 Posted: Sun Mar 21, 2010 2:55 pm Post Number: #3 Post
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Mo Pinel wrote:
TMack wrote:
I know your a ball guy, but i also know that you know oil machines and oil patterns. ( i overheard you at Crazy Pinz...lol)
Right now we are using "wall street" and it only seems to benefit crankers and strokers. We have tried "easy street" and "main street" and they just dont seem to hold up.

Here's what we have:
Brunswick Pro Anvil lanes
Kustodion original with transfer brush
Kegel Navigate oil
Defense cleaner

We are looking for a pattern that can hold up for 3 game sets and benefit everyone. We have tried contacting Kegel but their suggestions dont seem to help much. Any suggestions from you or anybody else would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Tim


Problems like you are talking about come from too little conditioner in the front part of the lane. Very typical of some of the Kegel patterns. You'll need to e-mail me the exact patterns that you are using for me to help.

I sure will. Thanks for your help.


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