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I'm not so sure that the carry is affected that much. As a former mechanic the biggest thing to worry about with new pins was how flat the bottoms are. a new batch they are very flat and gradually rou...
Not real sure on the Red Crown thing. It may have been to freshen up the designs, but both were used well into the 1980's. Plus you could get each in a stripe variety so it anyone's guess. They didn't...
From what I know its all about the labels, with each company also offering the premium brands.
I think the meatball logo you refer to was just the way that AMF designed that particular logo, eventually the term magic triangle became the phrase they were known by and thus the company changed thi...
Im not a hundred percent sure on what changes are necessary, but I think any new make and or a change of manufacturer. For example the original Brunswick Max had a 3 someting permit number, but when i...
Your right the vultex 2 was the last line that vulcan made. This is actually the newer design and the other vultex 2 you have is the older one. The older vultex 2 has varieties with the older abc appr...
Current Brunswick bowling pins are made by AMF as you suspected. If you tap on the each one of the pins they will sound the same. Most likely being constructed the same way. AMFlite 2 is to MAX as Sco...
So you trying to figure out the chronology of the AMF pins. There were two primary makes, Tournament and Amflite coming out beginning in 1960. So you have have the big meatball logo pins which was the...
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