Difference Between Stroker, Tweener, and Cranker

Difference Between Stroker, Tweener, and Cranker

  • Stroker - no wrist movement, low to average rev rate and low to average ball speed.
  • Tweener - cranker wrist movement but smoother, low to medium, sometimes cross into high rev rate and medium ball speed.
  • Cranker - tons of wrist action with medium to high (usually high) rev rate and medium to high ball speed.

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