- The easiest lift rod covers to install - period.
- All sections have openings molded in them and fasten to the lift rod using wire ties
- Specially designed to self-center as the ball goes up, they stay aligned and will not turn or twist
- Concave design creates 1 1/4" surface area on each lift rod
- Manufactured from a special hybrid material - repels oil and has the grip of rubber with the longevity of urethane
- Textured surface allows for additional grip and reduces oil accumulation
- Inside cover is also textured for better grip on the lift rods
- Rocket Rails were designed specifically for one application in mind - better running machines with less ball calls. Truly the ultimate in lift rod covers
- The ONLY lift rod covers with the "Active Oil Control System" - allowing for optimum oil emulsification
Oil Control System
The ROCKET RAILS have an
“ACTIVE OIL CONTROL SYSTEM” built into them. Be sure to fully read the
instructions before installation to understand how to activate the
There are numerous types
of rail covers on the market to choose from, however none are as high
tech as your new ROCKET RAILS. These are designed specifically for
bowling machines and today’s oil types and conditions.
style covers are either made from rubber or urethane. Rubber rails work
better initially because they usually have more grip than urethane. The
problem is rubber will absorb oil and in a short time will degrade, wear
and start to slip. Urethane will generally last longer than rubber but
will slip easier.
RAILS are made from a modified urethane that has the adhesion properties
of rubber and the durability that you would expect from urethane. They
also control oil in a very specific way. Our ROCKET RAILS have oil
control modules that constantly remove lane oil from the surface of the
rail cover. There are thousands of these modules embedded and molded
directly into each rail cover. Think of these modules as a wick drawing
oil from the surface of the rail cover each time a ball rolls up them.
modules collect and store the oil until the oil emulsifies. As the oil
degrades, its vapors escape out of the modules creating a self-cleaning
effect. This cycle is continuous and will greatly diminish daily build
up of oil on the rail covers. The rail covers should not be twisted
excessively. In other words, it is best to use them only in the fashion
for which they were designed.