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Hammer Scandal X Out Bowling Ball

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FCC Rating (27.75)

The overall strength of the Scandal makes it the strongest hooking Hammer ball ever produced! What makes it so strong? Is it the new Scandal core, Semtex Solid CFI (Carbon Fiber Infused) cover?

FINISH (9) The 2000 AbralonTM finish is perfect for medium to heavy oil patterns. Although designed for fresh oil patterns, polishing the Scandal will increase its skid through the front part of the lane as well as its reaction at the back end.

CORE (8.75) People say symmetrical cores can’t offer this much performance. Well, we beg to differ!

COVER (10) Chemical Friction, blah, blah. Mechanical Friction, blah, blah. We got your friction! Our new Semtex Solid CFI (Carbon Fiber Infused) cover takes friction to a whole new level

. - Core: Scandal

- Coverstock: Semetric Solid CFI

- Finish: 500, 2000 Abralon - RG: 2.48 (15# ball)

- Differential: 0.054 (15# ball)

- Recommended Lane Conditions: Medium-Heavy Oil

- Manufacturer's Warranty: 3 Year Limited

- FCC Rating: Total- 27.75, Finish- 9, Core- 8.75, Cover- 10

What is an X-Out? An X-Out is the same ball with color pattern issues. Balls look great though. An X-Out has the following: Same core Same reaction Same coverstock Same warranty IT IS ALSO USBC APPROVED A product can classify as an X-Out for any of the following reasons: Unique Pin/CG Placement, Top Weight, and Mass Bias Location Small Pitting in the Coverstock Discoloration All X-Outs come with the same manufacturers warranty as first quality balls. NOTE: Due to the limited availability of Blems, X-Outs, and Seconds pin placement and top weight are not guaranteed.

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