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    Default 15# and 16# Refurbished bowling balls

    Strike again bowling has over 100 used bowling balls. All of these ball are ready to drill. Check them out today at http://www.strikeagainbowling.com/refurbished

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    High Roller got_a_300's Avatar
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    Those used ball prices seem a little bit high to me because after you pay for
    the drilling plus grips and all you could just about get a brand new ball drilled
    for maybe just a few dollars more.

    $69.95 +$40.00-$60.00 drilling plus grips =$109.95-$129.95 for a plugged and
    used ball.

    I guess it all depends on how bad you want that specific ball as too how much
    you're willing to pay for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by got_a_300 View Post
    Those used ball prices seem a little bit high to me because after you pay for
    the drilling plus grips and all you could just about get a brand new ball drilled
    for maybe just a few dollars more.

    $69.95 +$40.00-$60.00 drilling plus grips =$109.95-$129.95 for a plugged and
    used ball.

    I guess it all depends on how bad you want that specific ball as too how much
    you're willing to pay for it.
    I concur, cut those prices in half and they might be legitimate but at those prices spend the extra 20 for a new one.

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    He's got a lot of balls...lol
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