Does Sanding Direction Impact the Bowling Ball’s Surface Longevity? DOES IT EVEN MATTER?

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13 Comments on “Does Sanding Direction Impact the Bowling Ball’s Surface Longevity? DOES IT EVEN MATTER?”

  1. This definitely seems to imply the lane surface DOES have something to do with the ball’s surface changing. Interesting…

    1. That would hold true except for the fact that the ball only touches the lane in the track area but the entire ball surface changes uniformly. There is more to the story and we will have another video this week to help explain some more.

  2. Thank you very much for this informative video ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐ŸŽณ

  3. Sooooooooo if a ball starts at 4000, with a with track, then it should last a complete 3 game set without any surface change?

  4. With me I do grips up , grips down , then turn to top of ball I tilt it to have it on the first oil ring and in circle motion.

  5. Thanks for this information. I use a ball spinner to alter the surface of my balls. It would be interesting to see how different ways (angles) of using the spinner would affect the how the ball surface changes per frame. Thanks again.

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