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Brunswick Rhino Black Pearl

The Brunswick Rhino series of bowling balls are great for any entry level bowler or anyone looking for a ball that is not too sensitive to dry or oily parts of the lane. This ball combines a light bulb core with the R-16 reactive coverstock to produce a ball that balances power and control.

  • Color: Black All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Coverstock: R-16 Reactive
  • Core: Light Bulb
  • Finish: 500 Siaair / Royal Compound / Royal Shine
  • Reaction: Slight Hook
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Any
  • RG Max: 2.554
  • RG Min: 2.524
  • Differential: 0.030
  • Hook Potential: 95 (scale 10-250)
  • Length: 160 (scale 25-235)
  • Breakpoint Shape: Medium 90 (scale: smooth arc 10-angular 150)
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: BRU60105809
  • Product ID: 9858
  • Brand: Brunswick
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Entry Level Balls
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Question: How should I drill the rhino for playing down and in on 7, 8, 9 board on 40 feet oil pattern?

5/7/2016 - By

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Answer: Great question! You may check with the person who will be drilling this ball for you prior to ordering to determine which layout and specs they would use to get you the desired reaction.

5/9/2016 - By

Question: Any lane condition for something that doesn't hook that much?

5/17/2016 - By

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Answer: Hello! Yes, this ball is recommended to be a low-hook ball in any lane condition.

6/8/2016 - By

Question: I'm looking at this ball as potential spare shooting ball ? My local bowling center lanes are heavily oiled, any thoughts would be much appreciated !

5/27/2016 - By

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Answer: Hello! We suggest using a Plastic ball for your spare shots, but if you want a ball that is not very aggressive and will create a very small amount of break on heavily oiled lanes, then this would work.

6/10/2016 - By

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