The Hammer Diesel gave us a longer skid through the heads with a even transition in the mid-lane, the Diesel has a more arcing/angular motion and revs up in the back-end, we found the Diesel to have a smoother and angular ball motion and had very good continuation with a hard hit. We felt the Diesel would be best used as a first game ball on medium to heavier or a second game ball in heavier oil patterns after the lanes open up. A good ball for playing a medium line on medium oil or direct line on heavy oil patterns. We put this in the arcing and strong anglar type bowling ball motion in other words it was smooth but strong of the spot. You will need some dry boards somewhere for peak performance of this bowling ball. A strong mid-priced ball from Hammer.
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Specs: Brand: Columbia 300 - RG: 2.51 - Finish: Matte - Ball Color - Black/Red/Orange: Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy - Coverstock: Hybrid Reactive - Ball Quality: First Quality - Ball Warranty: 3 Year - Factory Finish: 500/2000 Abralon - Breakpoint Shape: Strong Roll and Backend - Coverstock Name: NBT Hybrid - Core Name: Diesel - Differential: 0.046 - Flare Potential: Medium - Core Type: Symmetric - Performance: Advanced Performance - Bowling Ball Release Date - 06/20/2017
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