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    FINALLY retired my old bag to the land fill where it belonged 10 years ago. Got a nice spacious 3 ball roller. Feels like a Cadillac, no holes, it doesn't tip when you pull it and the handle works. I feel like an actual bowler again. Baby steps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phonetek View Post
    FINALLY retired my old bag to the land fill where it belonged 10 years ago. Got a nice spacious 3 ball roller. Feels like a Cadillac, no holes, it doesn't tip when you pull it and the handle works. I feel like an actual bowler again. Baby steps
    Nice! What brand bag is it? I might be getting a new single or double bag myself soon. What would you suggest?

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    Anything that has good wheels and sturdy handle, look at the reviews before you buy? The rest is whatever size and color. I don't remember the brand of hand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phonetek View Post
    Anything that has good wheels and sturdy handle, look at the reviews before you buy? The rest is whatever size and color. I don't remember the brand of hand
    Thanks, I'll keep that in mind. :-)

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    Be sure an analyze the wheel size....the bigger the better. I wouldn't go with less than a 5" if I could avoid it. KR Strikeforce makes a very sturdy bag. My husband has a KR 2 ball bag and it is quite nice. I think my 4 ball is a Columbia-and it could be better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by classygranny View Post
    Be sure an analyze the wheel size....the bigger the better. I wouldn't go with less than a 5" if I could avoid it. KR Strikeforce makes a very sturdy bag. My husband has a KR 2 ball bag and it is quite nice. I think my 4 ball is a Columbia-and it could be better.
    Thanks for the tips, Classy! :-)

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    I have a 4 ball Hammer bag (black and orange). The top bag comes off the bottom to make it easier to carry. No problems or complaints but I do run short on storage but probably would with any bag.
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    https://www.bowlingball.com/products...le-roller.html This bag is what I got, much cheaper than that but the same one

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    Oops, was in the sun when I posted that, wrong color. Same bag just black and purple

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