Turbo 2-N-1 Finger Insert Glue

Recently we did a video about “How To Install Finger Inserts in a Bowling Ball” and we mentioned that we use [bowlingball value=”8808″/]. 

There are two type of glue that we use on our bowling equipment. 

This is how we use it:
[bowlingball value=”8808″/] is used mainly for finger inserts.  It is a faster drying glue that does not need much time to cure.
[bowlingball value=”8809″/] is used mainly for thumb slugs.  The slower drying time allows us to get the thumb slug down into the bowling ball before setting.  Don’t get me wrong, it’s called slow zip, but it does harden quickly (usually in 5-10 seconds vs the 1-2 you have with the Zip-45).

Bowling In The Shop

In The Shop – How to Install Finger Inserts

We started a new video series at called “In The Shop.” These videos will give people the information they need to take their game to the next level by allowing them to try different things with their bowling equipment. Our first video explains how to install finger inserts so that you can rearrange the ones you have if you wish. Or you can replace the ones in your bowling ball as they wear out.