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    I think she is really liking the rubber ball, she is getting plenty of hook now that she is used to it. Do you clean the pores on a rubber ball the same way as on plastic and urethane?

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    Are you sure it's rubber ball? If you look in the holes do you see a 3/4" shell, then core? It's been over 35 years so the memory is fuzzy, but I think the Brunswick Mantas were LT 51 seconds. Brunswick came out with the LT 48 rubber and LT 48 plastic which was green and black. They stopped making the LT 48 green/black plastic and came out with the LT 51 blue plastic ball.

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    Looking it up the Brunswick Manta is rubber ball with a pancake weightblock.

    As far as ball maintenance just keep the surface clean, with whatever cleaner you prefer. It's not like a resin ball that you need to de-oil

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowl1820 View Post
    Looking it up the Brunswick Manta is rubber ball with a pancake weightblock.

    As far as ball maintenance just keep the surface clean, with whatever cleaner you prefer. It's not like a resin ball that you need to de-oil
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