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    Any one know of a good supplier of ball lift belts?
    I'm not a smart man, but I know what love is...

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    jcp new york,18003664527 [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/cool.gif[/img]

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      AMF

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        CBS. Phone # to follow in the next couple days. Good people.

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          Stahls 70. Request the gray belt.

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            No contest.Grey belt all the way. You'd be surprised how many suppliers have them. I was.Stay away from those vantage blue belts.
            They will work but take forever to get broke in. Once broke in though,they seem to be allright.Just bye the grey belt and walk away.

            Phill

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              I agree. Get the grey belt and you will have no problems at all. Great belt. STAY AWAY FROM THE VANTAGE BLUE BELTS. THEY FALL APART FASTER THAN YOU CAN BLINK AN EYE

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                I've never left those )*$&@ blue belts on long enough to have them fall apart. Suffice to say they do not grab balls.
                CBS's # still to come...

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                  Thanks guys, let me know if you have any more suggestions
                  I'm not a smart man, but I know what love is...

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                    Seand-
                    Dern I couldn't find the # for CBS, but I know they're out of Provo UT if that helps.
                    Also, there is Jayhawk out of Lawrence KS. They handle most everything except Murrey [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/frown.gif[/img]
                    Their # is 800 255 6436 ask for Vickie Roush.

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                      OK here it is...
                      Complete Bowling Service
                      WA: 800 426 8789
                      OR: 800 747 3643
                      NV: 800 447 5827
                      UT: 800 453 5288
                      These guys have helped us out in many a pinch. If a lane is down and you need parts pronto, CBS has been the best at getting the stuff to us ASAP. Also, they have a lot of specials and discounts.
                      Good people.

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