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The Hammer Rip'D Pearl combines the greatest qualities of its two predesessor balls. the Agression Pearl CFI coverstock and 3-step 3000 grit finish help get this bowling ball throught he front part of the lane easily and it is able to read the mid lane as well as offer a strong backend. This bowling ball is Carbon Fiber Infused! Carbon fiber is one of the toughest materials on earth. Hammer decided to add this material to the inner core of this ball for added strength and durability allowing them to offer an incredible 3 year warranty.
What core does the 13 lb. have?11/2/2018 - By Bob Z
Is this a relatively reactive ball if you throw it on the edge of the lane will it curve back2/5/2019 - By Tommy
im a down and in player i usually throw it on two or three would it come back to the pocket?2/28/2019 - By devon
What's the difference between the Black Widow gold4/20/2019 - By TIGER
This ball will be much more aggressive for it is a high performance ball and the Black Widow Gold is an upper mid performance ball.4/22/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How does this compare to the Guantlet Fury?5/3/2019 - By Jdubinkc
What's the difference in the solid, ripd and pearl11/22/2019 - By BT23
The only difference between the different Rip'd balls is the coverstock. The solid was designed to read earlier and the pearl is designed to go longer on the lanes with the hybrid somewhere in the middle but the differences are just in the length and when the ball breaks on the lane. They are all very comparable in terms of over all hook.11/26/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
how do you drill the statment solid for left hand full roller.1/11/2020 - By lefty
Here is a link to the Hammer drill sheets and if you are getting this ball in 14lbs-16lbs you would need to select the Asymmetric drill sheets: https://hammerbowling.com/pages/drill-sheets1/15/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I really want this ball can it do good on med/dry lanes?1/14/2020 - By Chris
This could work on medium oil conditions for a little while but this is going to be too strong to work in lighter oil unfortunately. It will start reading too early and too strong to work well in lighter oil.1/15/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
The difference between the Halo Pearl and the Hammer rip'd pearl2/5/2020 - By Johnny 5
The biggest difference would be the out of the box finish. The Rip'd Pearl has a duller finish to help it read earlier on the lanes while the Halo Pearl has a polished finish to react later on the lane.2/6/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff