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    173-215c-202=590
    Strikes 16/34 47%
    Covers 12/16 75%
    Splits 2 Open 4
    • Roto Grip Halo,Haywire, Hot Cell, Hyper Cell, Cell Pearl 2009.
    • Hammer Urethane.Storm Code Black,Drive,Track Paradox Trilogy.
    • 2019/2020, Hi Average 212, Hi Game 279, Hi Series 725.
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    199-194-223=616
    Strikes 17/33 52%
    Covers 10/14 71%
    Splits 1 Open 4
    Last edited by Blacksox1; 09-23-2019 at 05:58 PM.
    • Roto Grip Halo,Haywire, Hot Cell, Hyper Cell, Cell Pearl 2009.
    • Hammer Urethane.Storm Code Black,Drive,Track Paradox Trilogy.
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    • 2018/2019, Hi Average 217, Hi Game 280, Hi Series 731.
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    Do you use plastic for spares? 50% on ten pins is costing you a ton in average!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobLV1 View Post
    Do you use plastic for spares? 50% on ten pins is costing you a ton in average!
    I use purple urethane by Hammer. now 23/29 79.3%. Before this session @ 84%, that is my normal with urethane. The senior league could use a lesson on courtesy, even at one lane.
    • Roto Grip Halo,Haywire, Hot Cell, Hyper Cell, Cell Pearl 2009.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blacksox1 View Post
    I use purple urethane by Hammer. now 23/29 79.3%. Before this session @ 84%, that is my normal with urethane. The senior league could use a lesson on courtesy, even at one lane.
    Purple Hammer Urethane has a core. Get plastic with a pancake weight block. Anything under 95% on ten pins is costing you!

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    Not to hijack but I was looking at the Radical spare ball and it looks like it has a toilet plunger looking weight block...lol. https://radicalbowling.com/products/...cal-spare-ball

    There was another one I saw that had a similar one (think it was the Brunswick so same family). Anything wrong with these compared to the old pancake?
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    Quote Originally Posted by boatman37 View Post
    Not to hijack but I was looking at the Radical spare ball and it looks like it has a toilet plunger looking weight block...lol. https://radicalbowling.com/products/...cal-spare-ball

    There was another one I saw that had a similar one (think it was the Brunswick so same family). Anything wrong with these compared to the old pancake?
    Looks the same as the T-Zone so it should be fine.
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    Why reinvent the wheel? The Radical Spare Ball costs $13 more than a Brunswick T Zone. I thought you had to save for a wedding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobLV1 View Post
    Why reinvent the wheel? The Radical Spare Ball costs $13 more than a Brunswick T Zone. I thought you had to save for a wedding.
    I do....lol. But I saw that core and it wasn't a pancake so wondered if it was similar or if it was a legit spare ball. PSO has T-Zones on the shelf (lighter weights though) so that is definitely a possibility. Just wondered why it didn't have a pancake core.
    Arsenal "15# Radical Squatch Pearl" "15# Radical Conspiracy" "15# Brunswick Kingpin (at home on the shelf now)" "15# Hammer Black Widow Gold" "15# Brunswick Rhino Black Pearl"
    Rev Rate about 325 @ about 17.5 MPH * High Game: 267 - High Series: 657
    Oh, and LEFTY!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobLV1 View Post
    Purple Hammer Urethane has a core. Get plastic with a pancake weight block. Anything under 95% on ten pins is costing you!
    Rob, I roll it like N. Duke at the 10pin. The highest I ever shot 10's with plastic, over many years, was low 70%. One size, fits all, does not apply in this case.
    • Roto Grip Halo,Haywire, Hot Cell, Hyper Cell, Cell Pearl 2009.
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    • 2018/2019, Hi Average 217, Hi Game 280, Hi Series 731.
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