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  • Lane oil viscosity

    I am currently using Brunswick Control and wondering if going to a lower viscosity would hurt the shot. Synthetic lanes and pin decks running a basic house pattern in a Brunswick Kegal.

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    Never had good luck and definitely poor scoring with thin viscosity oils, since I changed to Offense HV scores are through the roof

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      I'm looking at going from Brunswick Control which is 33 cps viscosity to Brunswick Absolute Control which is 22 cps viscosity. I don't think that will make much of a difference. Anyone out there using the Absolute Control that can tell me how it is for scoring and how it is on carry down.

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