Everyone knows that ripping spinners is fun but, whats the fun of ripping a spinner that’s not dialed?!?! My results seem to vary on every spinner I try to dial in. My Mars Trek spinners went from “meh” to spinning into the next players ball. My Barracora spinner didn’t seem to change much even though I used the same process.
What I usually do is take the frame and the spinner out of the game. Bend the frame so the two holes where the spinner arms sit are aligned across from each other and the frame itself is square. I also bend the spinner arms so they follow the same center line as the spinner and both arms are bent to generally the same height. Then, I take steel wool and or polishing cotton to the arms of the spinner and the hook that goes under the PF to get any rust, burrs, loose paint off the arms while making the surfaces smooth. Then, I take the plastic spacers that hold the hook in place and clean them. Finally, I add a small amount of superlube to the arms, inside of the hook, and the sides of the plastic spacers that face the hook and reassemble.
When it comes to the leaf switch under the table, I’m not really sure what the best option is. I generally ignore it. Maybe it could act as a spring to keep the spinner turning longer? Maybe it should have as little tension as possible? I thought maybe it would be fun to find out what other people do to get their spinners dialed.