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  • Oil Pattern

    Hello
    I haven't been on Bowl Tech in years so forgive me if this has been asked a dozen times
    I have a Kegel Walker - AMF Lame Beds and I use Curve Oil
    Does anyone have a Bumper Bowling pattern using my equipment?
    I believe I have a very easy pattern for my bowlers already
    Just asking if anyone has a very Hi scoring house pattern

    Thanks
    Wags
    Wags

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    Go to Kegel.net and check out the pattern library.
    let me be myself

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