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Seer

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1419 days ago

Has anyone here ever cut a bowling ball in half. I have a couple that have at least a 2 in skin on them but a weird weight inside them. Any ideas or help

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David

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#1 posted 1419 days ago

If you can check out how it’s made , a show on the science channel. also you might be able to find a video on youtube about it.

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#2 posted 1419 days ago

I never cut one in half but all higher end bowling balls have a “weird weight” inside to help create the kind of angular momentum bowlers desire when hooking the ball.

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MedicKen

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#3 posted 1419 days ago

I have never cut one in half but did work in a pro shop drilling balls for a number of years. There is more to drilling and the “hook” than meets the eye of the normal human. I could go on for hours of the ins and outs of drilling but I would bore ya all

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#4 posted 1419 days ago

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#5 posted 1419 days ago

GMman Got It!! Looks like a Dead Mouse Inside!!

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