Pseduo Pin Drilling Layouts - 6 3/4" Layout
Drilling a ball with a Pin to Cg distance greater than 6 Â¾" may seem
like an impossible task, but with a
simple trick of physics, the task becomes very easy.
- Step 1) Measure 13 Â½" from the center of Pin to the exact
of the ball
and create a tick mark (Pseudo-Pin).
- Step 2) Measure distance from tick mark (Pseudo-Pin) created in
Cg as marked from manufacturing.
- Step 3) Use the location of the tick mark (Pseudo-Pin) created in
1 and the new
Pseudo-Pin to Cg distance measured in Step 2 to layout the ball.
If Steps 1 through 3 have been completed successfully, a standard pin
distance length between 0 - 6 Â¾"
will have resulted. For example, a Pin to Cg distance originally
measured at 10 Â½" from the manufacturer's Pin
to Cg will actually have a Pseudo-Pin to Cg distance of 3". Now,
using the new pseudo-pin and the shorter 3"
cg distance, any standard drilling technique for a 3" Cg distance will
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