Ebonite Destiny Pearl Green Orange Smoke

Standard Drilling Chart
Standard Drilling Chart
This option is best for recreational bowlers who are getting their first bowling ball or have not had a ball professionally fit for them. Having a ball drilled at your local pro shop can cost as much as $50 or more. Our standard drilling options come in five basic sizes in both right and left hand. (X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large)
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Below are five examples of typical hole sizes you will find in house balls at the local bowling alley.
House ball fitting examples.
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Need help choosing a size? No problem!
Example: You like the 8 lb ball but the holes are too small. The 12 lb ball fits good but it's too heavy. The answer would be to purchase an 8 lb ball with Medium Standard Drilling. It's that simple!
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*The suggestions above do not guarantee a perfect fit. It is just a simplified way of getting you a good fitting ball that you can go out have some fun with.
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Standard Drilling Chart
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The Ebonite Destiny Pearl was designed to produce length with a strong backend on medium to light oil. The Cyclone Torque core is surrounded by a GB 11.2 Pearl coverstock sanded down to a 1000 Grit Abralon finish and polished to create this reaction. This bowling ball offers a smashing value for your dollar!

 

  •  Color: Green/Orange/Smoke All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Core: Cyclone Torque
  • Coverstock: GB 11.2 Solid
  • Finish: 500/1000 Abralon Polished w/Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish
  • RG: 16#-2.52 15#-2.53 14#-2.54
  • Differential: 16#-.047 15#-.053 14#-.053
  • Reaction: Length w/ Strong Backend
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Light to Medium Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
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