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    Found out need to oil first 2 lanes then strip and oil them and finish up strip and oiling rest of lanes. Transfer brush needs to be fed oil prior to laying down pattern else first 2 lanes are very dry if strip and oil without presoaking transfer brush. Seems to have stabilized first 2 lanes.

  • #2
    The only way to do it is to burn two lanes......it has been discussed in here a few times..

    I had tried presaturation .....but it was a mess.....

    Just do the first 2 lanes twice

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    • #3
      It's called burning a pair, always oil 2 lanes before the lanes that league bowlers will bowl on. you can change the number of lanes in your mach. setup so it will have 2 extra lanes when you start.( if you start from the high end)

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      • #4
        King,you type faster lol.

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        • #5
          Sorry about misunderstanding. Meant to say saturate transfer brush by doing first two lanes twice.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by 8270tom View Post
            Found out need to oil first 2 lanes then strip and oil them and finish up strip and oiling rest of lanes. Transfer brush needs to be fed oil prior to laying down pattern else first 2 lanes are very dry if strip and oil without presoaking transfer brush. Seems to have stabilized first 2 lanes.
            do you do an oil only on the 1st pair? Is this how others do it? I just strip and oil twice. It may help to saturate the brush better if you oil only on the burn pair, but I would think that this might not be good because you might be getting dust and dirt from the lane surface into the oil transfer system.
            Nick

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            • #7
              If you run a pair and oil only, you are counting on your cleaner to clean off more oil on those lanes than on the rest of the lanes. Normally, the dilution ratio, amount of cleaner applied and relative machine settings are made by what is needed to remove the oil from a single application.
              You may have to adjust your cleaning program, or the first 2 lanes will always play differently.

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              • #8
                You need to do a full clean and oil on the 1st two lanes.....you cannot oil without cleaning......you will fill your oil system with dirt

                Oil oil when stripping

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                • #9
                  the burn pair function on the sport model machines is a nice feature to use as well for those that have that model.

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                  • #10
                    Yeah I used to do it even back when I had a HVO Summit, but I don't get why folks don't do that with a walker, not like you need to really do anything to make it happen, I even always do a burn pair on first 2 when doing social lanes on teh weekend.... just to make the lanes nice n perrty....
                    AS REQUESTED....The all new and VERY improved "super cool" Pin_Head with super hip shades.....

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                    • #11
                      Here is an option.
                      Create a program pattern exactly like the house pattern, except adjust the end distance back to stop oiling machine just after buffer end distance.(machine thinks stub lane)
                      Now when you run lane it strips and preloads brush. stops at the end of pattern. Now do second lane. Then switch to reuglar house patter nand you have stripper stauration on cloth and brush load.

                      It will leave a small puddle at end of pattern but the regular run will take care of that.
                      This loads up lane machine without creating the "double strip, overreative backend"
                      Peanut

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by masternut View Post
                        Here is an option.
                        Create a program pattern exactly like the house pattern, except adjust the end distance back to stop oiling machine just after buffer end distance.(machine thinks stub lane)
                        Now when you run lane it strips and preloads brush. stops at the end of pattern. Now do second lane. Then switch to reuglar house patter nand you have stripper stauration on cloth and brush load.

                        It will leave a small puddle at end of pattern but the regular run will take care of that.
                        This loads up lane machine without creating the "double strip, overreative backend"

                        That makes perfect sense william.
                        Nick

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by masternut View Post
                          Here is an option.
                          Create a program pattern exactly like the house pattern, except adjust the end distance back to stop oiling machine just after buffer end distance.(machine thinks stub lane)
                          Now when you run lane it strips and preloads brush. stops at the end of pattern. Now do second lane. Then switch to reuglar house patter nand you have stripper stauration on cloth and brush load.

                          It will leave a small puddle at end of pattern but the regular run will take care of that.
                          This loads up lane machine without creating the "double strip, overreative backend"
                          Great idea....but the outside of the lane still gets stripped twice....does this procedure result in a more normal lane?

                          If so I might try.

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                          • #14
                            Dust only, then go back and oil only,then strip and oil the whole house.
                            If you burn in the first pair the backends are stronger than the rest of the house,if you have good bowlers they can tell the pair you burned.

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