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    I have a house full of brunswick white nylon deck rollers and it seems to me that they cause alotta unwanted pin jams.Ive always used the Rubber ones and never expierenced this problem.I used to Pitch them when i came across them,but i have no choice in the matter now because someone else orders all the parts and they think theyre better.Give me some feed back guys...Thanks

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    Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

    Hey Jim
    You asked for views and I think the new deck rollers were JUNK when I bought them last year.
    I felt the old rubber rollers were WAY more reliable and when they went bad you could just order the rubber roller from Quality bowl and re-use the hub.
    Just my 2 cents worth.
    Grambo

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    • #3
      Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

      I have the same problem with the white rollers in my center. I do not like them at all. Fortunatily the owners of this center closed one of there other centers and i was able to get 8 decks out of the center. i changed all i could.

      tony

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      • #4
        Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

        White rollers are not good. They don't last and give nothing but trouble. Stick with the rubber rollers.

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        • #5
          Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

          Going back to the rubber ones myself.

          Mike
          Mike Wilson
          Bowl-Tech Inc..

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          • #6
            Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

            I guess I'm glad I've never heard of them.
            Drill
            Drill

            David Bolt
            Champaign, IL
            USBC Silver Coach
            IBPSIA BOD
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            • #7
              Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

              Thanks Mike,
              after we put 320 of the white ones on here!

              jerrid
              and then he said, "on your death bed, you will receive total consciousness" so I got that going for me...... which is nice!

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              • #8
                Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

                Good Luck there guy they may work for awhile till they start sticking on the x-pins when they turn.Also with Spring and summer humidity coming Extra Good Luck.

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                • #9
                  Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

                  put the rubber ones back on and kiss your troubles goodbye!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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                  • #10
                    Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

                    We also make deck rollers and it would be great if anyone who has posted here would like to evaluate them. Just call Bill or Jim and we'll get you a handful for free.Murrey deck rollers are a black urethane about the same durometer as our deck chute or slightly softer.A few years back we made them too hard and that created a bounce problem so we softened them up a bit and everyone seems to like them now. We value your feedback and would appreciate a call-800421-1022 or E-mail.Thanks, Jim Galloway

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                    • #11
                      Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

                      In my opinion, the black rubber rollers are the only way to go. I have tried all types and only the rubber ones last, and won't create deck jams from either freezing on the xpins or causing pins to bounce up and intefere with turret spoons, keeping the spider from locking. Anything but rubber is just asking for problems.

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                      • #12
                        Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

                        Well it Looks like there are some smart mechanics here in Bowltech.I also agree White nylon rollers are the worst thing to hit the Pinsetter market in my Opinion.They do bind up on the X-pins and cause deck jams alot.

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                        John
                        John

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                        • #13
                          Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

                          the white urethane ones are garbage but can be modified to work a lil trick i learned from my head mech is to round the edges to match the black ones the sqareness of the edges cause alot of the problems we use our grinder and a pencil to do this good luck

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                          james
                          james

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                          • #14
                            Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

                            I've got one machine that keeps jamming in #2 chute. The chute seems to be smooth enough, and doesn't seem to be causing the trouble. When the pin drops into the chute, though, it seems to sit at an angle on the roller. (hard to describe, I guess, but if the roller were rotated 90 degrees, the bottom of the pin would slide sideways into position...) The pin seems to be sticking on the roller, it allows the pin to wobble front to back, but not side to side, then when setting, it jams in the chute. I replaced the roller, also, new black rubber. Any thoughts???

                            Pins are a year old, but rough. Bottoms have been resurfaced to become flat, they're Bruns Max's.

                            Probably should post a new thread of this, but since we're on the subject already.....
                            Oldsmagnet -- Sidney MT

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                            • #15
                              Re: white nylon deck rollers V/S rubber ones

                              I just got my free Murray deck rollers in and im well pleased with the quality and texture of them.I put them in a troublesome spot and no jams yet.....Check that#2 pin deck chute out as to what Brandname it is and then check your 2 pin turret wire ajustment so that the pin falls properly into the chute.Also clean the aluminum around the deck roller I call it the half Moon...thats on the stationary deck or scissors deck...Good Luck

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