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Thread: New Roto Grip Halo

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    Default New Roto Grip Halo

    Well, I did purchase the Roto Halo and it's a great addition. One interesting thing I have noticed--besides the "hook monster as some call it"--is that when the ball comes back after a shot, I notice very little oil track on the ball. On a recent practice session on newly oiled lanes, I was also throwing a Storm Match Up and as expected saw the oil rings, but after a shot with the Halo, very little oil track. (playing inside and throwing the ball through the oil and out to 5 or so). I'm assuming that the Halo cover just soaks up or absorbs the oil that I'm seeing on the Match UP hybrid cover??

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    How much did you pay? I got one for $180 with inserts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fordman1 View Post
    How much did you pay? I got one for $180 with inserts.
    I paid a little over 200--drilled--inserts

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    Not familiar with the Halo specifically but yes, a reactive coverstock will absorb oil where a plastic or urethane will 'hold' the oil on the surface
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