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PUGIDOGS

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Redrill on my Time Zone
« on: January 25, 2007, 03:26:06 AM »
medium tracker
medium revs
speed 17.5 to 18 mph
pap 5 1/2 over...1 inch up
low end tweener

present drill is pin to pap 4 1/4  mb to pap 5 1/4
pin is right next to ring finger
mb is 1 1/4 of centerline...just below and to the right of thumb

OK so here is the deal....I have tried many different coverstock sandings and or polishes,  and it just comes down to that I don't have enough back end with this ball.  I reads the midlane great almost to much and finishes with a long arc and not much for entry angle.  Normal flare is about 2 inches,  if I really get after it I might get 2 1/2.

I was thinking about putting a asymmetrical flip drilling on it to create more flare and back end.
4 X 4
pin 1 1/2 off of VAL  It would put it about 1 1/2" up and 1 1/2" over from center of ring finger hole.
MB would end up 2 3/4" from grip center line or 2" in from VAL

I have always wanted to do a flip drilling but am worried about the ball being to squirty off of break point.

Just wanted some opinions of what I might expect

Thank You, Doug