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Drilling #1 - Label Drilling

Track Label Drilling Diagram
Drill Pattern:
Label (5 x 5)
Ball Reaction:
This pattern will create medium flare potential, give the most skid throughout the front part of the lane and a strong back end reaction. It will work better than the other patterns when the lanes begin to break down.


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Drilling #2 - Label Leverage Drilling

Track Label Leverage Drilling Diagram
Drill Pattern:
Label Leverage (3 3/8 x 5)
Ball Reaction:
This pattern will generate the highest flare potential, create medium to strong skid through the front part of the lane and big back end reaction.


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Drilling #3

Track Drilling Diagram #3
Drill Pattern:
(4�½ x 3�½, Extra Hole 1" beyond PAP)
Ball Reaction:
This pattern will generate strong flare potential, create medium skid through the front part of the lane and the most dramatic reaction at the breakpoint.


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Drilling #4

Track Drilling Diagram #4
Drill Pattern:
(4; x 2, Extra Hole 1" beyond PAP)
Ball Reaction:
This pattern will generate high flare potential and create early to medium roll through the front part of the lane. This layout works well on heavy oil and promotes and even, very controllable reaction in the back end of the lane.


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Drilling #5

Track Drilling Diagram #5
Drilling Pattern:
(4 x 0, Extra Hole on PAP)
Ball Reaction:
This pattern will generate high flare potential and create the earliest roll. this drill pattern is the most even reaction on the back end of the lane and will work best on wet/dry lane conditions of all the drill patterns shown.


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Drilling #6 - Full Roller (Label)

Track Full Roller (Label) Drilling Diagram
Drill Pattern:
Full Roller - Label
Ball Reaction:
This pattern will generate little to no flare potential and create good length through the front part of the lane. this layout basically takes the core out of play and ball reaction is determined by the aggressiveness of the coverstock material and the strength of the player's release.


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Drilling #7 - Full Roller Leverage

Track Full Roller Leverage Drilling Diagram
Drill Pattern:
Full Roller Leverage (Pin @ 7:30 position, 3 3/8 inches from center of grip)
Ball Reaction:
This pattern will generate the most flare potential for a Full roller releases. This layout creates medium length through the front part of the lane and the most overall hook.