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#200199 - 07/03/20 04:35 PM Re: Plugging balance holes [Re: BowlerBill]
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Got my 2 from plugging back left another. Used my Intense really did not see much of a change in reaction unless an increase in 10 pins is going to be the result. I did get more than normal.
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#200368 - 10/12/21 12:34 AM Re: Plugging balance holes [Re: BowlerBill]
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I plugged one of my weight holes with twin tube epoxy from Home Depot. It self mixes, all you need to do is squeeze it into the hole and let it dry. I used a level to make sure the hole was perfectly level from different angles and filled it all the way to the top with a tad extra. After it dried, I buffed off any extra and it looks fine except for not having any color (clear). So far, no one has cared and I haven't made any attempts to not have it showing while on the ball return.

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#200371 - 10/16/21 03:07 PM Re: Plugging balance holes [Re: BowlerBill]
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Registered: 10/15/11
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I had my PSO plug all my bowling balls. He did a real good job matching colors. I have not had an issue with any yet, But I like the idea of a clear plug. Make whoever questions make them look foolish when he finds out it is a clear plug. I never agreed with the USBC ruling to pug all balance holes.
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#200372 - 10/16/21 05:58 PM Re: Plugging balance holes [Re: BOSStull]
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I'm actually glad that USBC has started reining in bowling ball technology. The game is about strikes and spares. With blocked lanes and high tech balls, the game has become too much about strikes only.

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