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  • SCISSOR GRIPPER PADS

    What type of scissor pads are you guys using the traditional rubber, neoprene, or urethane ? Just curious as to what is preferred.

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    Re: SCISSOR GRIPPER PADS

    Prefer the Quality slide on rubber ones myself. Always keep a few of the old glue on ones around to tie wrap on in a hurry if needed and change to the slip on ones as the older ones wear out or fall off.
    Marty

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      Re: SCISSOR GRIPPER PADS

      Ditto what marty said, the rubber ones work quite well:

      Kevin

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        Re: SCISSOR GRIPPER PADS

        The only problem I've seen with the rubber slip-ons is that they tend to knock over the back row of pins during an OOR cycle due to the small excess rubber below the metal scissor arm. When the scissors go on their practice run during an OOR they usually tap the heads of the pins on back row, if they have the slip on pads. I guess you could raise the backs of your decks slightly to compensate or just use the glue-ons on the back row.

        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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