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Old 01-12-2013, 07:18 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by zerojoshua View Post
I also use an old soda keg to re-pressurize balls. It's not that efficient.
Could you please elaborate? I'm curious if you mean the end result isn't satisfactory ... or the cost/effort required to get good results is too much?

It seems to me like $50 for a soda keg pressurizer would be a good deal for those who need to fill a ball machine hopper, or for those who want to have a basket of practice balls.
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