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  • Jack_Sparrow
    started a topic Vulcan Bowling Pins

    Vulcan Bowling Pins

    Are they still a going concern?

  • Toomany10pins
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    Originally posted by Jack_Sparrow View Post
    Our last set of AMFs was a disaster. Reason I'm looking for an alternative.
    You could try twisters, though some dont, like how much they fly around, sound, or red rings fall off the necks.... and sometimes you have to make pinsetter/pinspotter adjustments to make them run well.

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  • mr.badwrench
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    Originally posted by Jack_Sparrow View Post
    Our last set of AMFs was a disaster. Reason I'm looking for an alternative.
    https://www.bowling.com/products/ebo...trike-pins.htm
    Want to try Ebonite pins? I've seen some but they were used when the center got them so I can't tell you how well they last.

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  • Jack_Sparrow
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    Our last set of AMFs was a disaster. Reason I'm looking for an alternative.

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  • Toomany10pins
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    Originally posted by jon m View Post
    The Flyer pins were Nylon coated, Max were the first Brunswick Surlyn coated pins.
    This is correct. I’m staring at a nylon coated Brunswick Flyer from 1990 as I type.

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  • jon m
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    The Flyer pins were Nylon coated, Max were the first Brunswick Surlyn coated pins.

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  • Stripperbolt
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    Originally posted by Toomany10pins View Post

    Correct, though Brunswick came out with their first Surlyn covered pin the Max in the early 1990’s before Q/Amf started making pins for them. It does seem odd though that Q/AMF makes pins for the competition.
    The Flyer was actually Brunswick's first surlyn coated pin. It came out in the mid-1980's.

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  • Toomany10pins
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    Originally posted by 8230chief View Post
    you are correct sir. I think Surly pins are only offered by QAMF. Note there is no differecne In pins made by QAMF. Just labeled different. IE QAMF or Brunswick.
    Correct, though Brunswick came out with their first Surlyn covered pin the Max in the early 1990’s before Q/Amf started making pins for them. It does seem odd though that Q/AMF makes pins for the competition.

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  • mickeygm
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    The ONLY way to go !!! LOL Circa 1940's or 50's I think ?? Sold 2 of them on Ebay for around $60

    Pin..jpg
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  • 8230chief
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    you are correct sir. I think Surly pins are only offered by QAMF. Note there is no differecne In pins made by QAMF. Just labeled different. IE QAMF or Brunswick.

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  • Toomany10pins
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    Not sure they are still around. I think the post above nailed it.
    Anyways my personal choice is to avoid all non-surlyn wood pins.
    Nylon coated pins don’t seem to last and look like crap 3 weeks in, even if you clean them. Surlyn coated pins or bust for me.

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  • mr.badwrench
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    Brunswick bought Vulcan and started making Vulcan and Brunswick pins in the Vulcan plant. Then they closed that and started having AMF make their pins. That was several years ago. Maybe someone else has more recent news.

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