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  • My lane.....

    i finally got around to posting pics of my lane that i built with K'Nex, duct tape, and cardboard.

    have fun. anyone wants to use these you have my permission.

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    this is of the pit cushion down but lets pins through...

    and up to let the ball through...

    the ball rack...

    the black arrows show that the sweep slides back and forth to get the pins out of the way. the blue circle shows where i keep the extra pins (gold when not is use, colorpin). the red shows the older version pins (almost twice as big) and an old ball.

    you may be asking why 6 pins....well....because faster to setup...more bowling..

    forgot to put ball return:


    • #3
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      PBA edition gold pins.... nice touch.


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        hehe, indeed. Very neat [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif[/img]
        All I want in life is to turn wrenches and climb around pinsetters/pinspotters again :/


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          1 word... COOL!


          • #6
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            Oh yeah! Very cool! Major imagination use there, buddy! Wow...ha! I came from the other thread, and saw those 1/2, 1/3 scale and 1/6 scale lanes...I'm still stunned by all's great!

            Now I don't feel like such a sick puppy...LOL!



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