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#24858 - 12/13/02 05:21 PM Pro-Am for the oder eater open
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Registered: 12/03/02
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A/S/L: 40/ m /Kentucky
Oder Eater Open I put my money on Roy Munson to face off against Ernie McCracken for fantasy bowling, but for the serious stuff. The Pro Am is offering one of three balls.

The Viscious
The Blade.

I currently use the Truck(heavy oil), el Nino gold(Dry back ends), and Ebonite Afterburner(everything else). I have better than average speed. Most people would consider my game a power game. I am looking for any help in choosing the right ball. HELP!!!!!!!!

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#24859 - 12/14/02 07:34 PM Re: Pro-Am for the oder eater open
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Registered: 11/23/02
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A/S/L: 48 male Rouyn Quebec Canada
The vicious as good torque and lenght . Might be the ball of choice for the Rudy Revs types.
Should be a very versatile ball for most player,
especially above average rev rates. nut
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#24860 - 12/14/02 08:02 PM Re: Pro-Am for the oder eater open
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Registered: 03/07/02
Posts: 92
A/S/L: 49/M/Connecticut
I got a chance to throw these balls at a recent Hammer "demo days". I thought the most impressive of the group was the Diesel. It is a ball that rolls early and arcs (rather than skids long and flips hard like the Viscious); it's intended for control in heavier oil. The ball is like a fullback in American football-- it starts barreling toward the pocket and keeps coming then crashes through the pins. If your current ball is going too long or breaking weakly in heavy oil, the Diesel would be a good choice. I agree with the previous post though; if you are looking for a more versatile skid/flip ball, the Viscious is great.
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#24861 - 12/15/02 04:58 PM Re: Pro-Am for the oder eater open
Mjollnar Offline
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Registered: 09/24/02
Posts: 66
A/S/L: 24/male/Chelmsford, Ma
I have a blade pearl which I love. It has a smooth turn of the dry and will trash the deck. Good versatile all around ball.
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