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Roto Grip No Rules Exist

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  • - No Authority... No Laws... NO RULES!
  • - The dynamic core creates a consistent roll no matter how it is drilled.
  • - A versatile piece that some will tend to use as a benchmark ball.
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Roto Grip No Rules Exist

Throw the rules out the window! Get the Roto Grip No Rules Exist bowling ball and forget the rules out. Roto Grip has combined the best features of their best cores to create the Chaotic core. This core combines differential stability, consistent axis migration, and defined RG bands to produce a ball that is powerful. Then they kept going. Roto Grip has covered this core with the Reckless Reactive Solid coverstock which became famous on the Dare Devil Trick. This bowling ball is finished with a 2000-grit pad and is best used on medium to medium/heavy oil conditions. Go ahead and break the rules with the Roto Grip No Rules Pearl!

  • Color: Navy/Neon Yellow/Neon Orange All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Core: Chaotic (14-16)
  • Coverstock: Reckless Reactive Solid
  • Finish: 2000-grit pad
  • RG: 2.51 (for 15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.053 (for 15# ball)
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Heavy Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • Product ID: 10641
  • Brand: Roto Grip
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: High-Performance Balls
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4.3 Stars based on 4 Reviews

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By from Slidell, La.
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

I love this ball!

I pulled out my daredevil trick for the first game and shot 197. I pulled out my No Rules Exist (Straight out the box) and shot 258 and 289. I'm left handed 220 avg. and the daredevil left me a lot of seven pins and the No Rules crushed the pocket. I left a nine pin on my last shot to shoot 289.

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By from Glendale, Arizona.
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

I would most definitely recommend this ball!

I am a stroker 205 ave. This ball reads the lane very well. Moves very well in the front.very smoothe SNAP at the back..Crushing the pocket!

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By from Ocala florida
2/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

I would try another ball

I was a 180 bowler and still am a 180 bowler . I was looking for a " big back end ball " and I don't know if the lay out is correct or what but i've had this ball for nearly a year and still having trouble getting it to move on the back end. I understand that there are many factors etc.. involved but I'm going to put this ball on the shelf or donate it to some youngster..
Good luck

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By from Lake Villa IL
5/5 Stars
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I threw my first 300 in 20 years with this ball along with a 278 and numerous 250-260 games in the last 3 months. My average has hovered around 198 the last few years. Since I started throwing this it's been 215+. YES I highly recommend this ball. For me on a THS it hooks a lot late and just crushes the pocket

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Customer Questions & Answers  |  Reviews

Question: How does this compare to the no rules

6/18/2017 - By

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Answer: It will have the same hook potential, lane conditions & coverstock as the Roto Grip No Rules

6/21/2017 - By

Question: How does this differ from the Sure Lock?

10/27/2017 - By

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Answer: The only difference will be the lane conditions. The Sure Lock is for heavy oil only.

10/27/2017 - By

Question: is this ball symetrical?

11/15/2017 - By

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Answer: Yes, it is a symmetrical ball.

11/16/2017 - By

Answer: The bowling ball is Symmetrical in 12-13 pounds and asymmetrical from 14-16 poiunds

3/15/2018 - By

Question: Does the 12 pound still use the chaotic core?

1/1/2018 - By

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Answer: Unfortunately, it will have a generic core.

1/2/2018 - By

Question: If I am not a fingertip bowler, will this be a good ball to purchase

3/10/2018 - By

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Answer: Yes, it will be.

3/12/2018 - By

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