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I have a few Aviar P&A discs that have collapsed flight plates (domes). The tops of all have "sunk in" for lack of a better term. All of these were purchased at the same time...at the same dealership...the problem was not present at the time of purchase. I've only used these in practice sessions.....putting only.
Has anybody else experienced this phenomenon with P&A's?
How would this effect the flight characteristics on longer throws?
What could be the cause?
Is there a way to restore them to the original position?
I recently purchased an Omega Super Soft and am using it for putting in rounds.
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collapsed domes generally make discs more overstable.
with an aviar, they are likely that way for good. best bet to repair it is to leave it out in the sun (once it gets warm enough) on something perfectly flat.
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