The Hammer Rebel Solid gets down the lane with a longer skid through the heads with a shorter transition in the mid-lane, the Rebel Solid has a little hook and set type ball motion even though it was angular, the rebel solid was smoother then the original rebel this do to the solid cover-stock rather than pearl and a good compliment. The Rebel Solid would be best used on heavier medium to longer lane patterns and good for blending out the wet/dry and offering control in the backends and it a a good upper mid price point bowling ball. You will need drier back-ends for peak performance of this bowling ball.
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Specs: RG: 2.48 - Finish: Matte - Ball Color: Blue/Orange - Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy - Coverstock: Solid Reactive - Ball Quality: First Quality - Ball Warranty: 3 Year - Factory Finish: 500/2000 Abralon - Breakpoint Shape: Strong Overall Hook - Coverstock Name: NBT Solid - Core Name: Rebel Symmetrical - Differential: 0.044 - Flare Potential: Medium - Core Type: Symmetric - Performance: Advanced Performance - Bowling Ball Release Date - 11/15/2016
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