Super-Bands are difficult to install. However, I was able to easily install Super-Bands tonight by remembering some science. I brewed a nice cup of Super-Bands tea.
Boil about 1 cup of water. Then, put the Super-Bands into a cup, then pour the boiling water over them, until all of the Super-Bands you need for your game are fully underwater. Stir to be sure. Let this "tea" steep for about 5 minutes.
Have a towel nearby. Then, use a spoon or tongs to lift the Super-Bands out of the hot water and onto the towel. Quickly dry the Super-Bands. They should be very hot to the touch, at the limit of as hot as you can tolerate, but hopefully you won't need to hold them for long. Hopefully they will be very hot, and the hotter they are, the more they will stretch and be easier to install! After doing this, I was able to fit them around the game's flippers, and it was just as easy as installing normal flipper rubbers.
After reading some forums about stretching the Super-Bands with your fingers as hard as you can, using a screwdriver to help guide the Super-Bands over the flippers, or greasing the flipper bat with Novus to make the Super-Bands easier to slip on, I found this trick worked the best.
The nice thing about making the Super-Bands hotter is that they will grip the flipper tighter as they cool down. You won't ever have the problem of them sliding off during a game. Also, since the heat will naturally expand the Super-Bands, they will fit around the flipper easier and not risk breaking or ripping by being stretched beyond their natural limit.
Anybody else tried this?