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dmcneal

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Need recommendations for a 2 or 3 ball rolling bag
« on: November 04, 2003, 08:00:57 AM »
I looked through the post history of this section and don't see much mention of bags. Are all bags created equal??

I am just a beginner so only have one strike ball one spare ball, but was leaning towards getting a three ball bag just to grow into.

Any recommendations? What do you like dislike about your current bag?? Any manufacturers to stay away from?

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CountryClubBowler

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Re: Need recommendations for a 2 or 3 ball rolling bag
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2003, 12:12:24 AM »
I got a brunswick 3 ball roller bag from K-mart for $35 plus tax.  it is the best ball bag i have ever owned, and that includes some KR and other stuff.

In terms of price (other than the one from Kmart) you won't do much better than the streamline line from Storm, coming in at like $80 per.  I've heard nothing bad about them from the people who i know that have em.
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Re: Need recommendations for a 2 or 3 ball rolling bag
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2003, 07:50:17 AM »
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I got a brunswick 3 ball roller bag from K-mart for $35 plus tax.  it is the best ball bag i have ever owned, and that includes some KR and other stuff.

In terms of price (other than the one from Kmart) you won't do much better than the streamline line from Storm, coming in at like $80 per.  I've heard nothing bad about them from the people who i know that have em.



I would agree about the Streamline bag - it's cheap and it's crap. Unless you can get a great deal on one, avoid it. I have one of the 3-ball rollers, it's tips over easy, the storage is lousy and it's ripping apart. Spend a couple of extra bucks and get a better quality bag or get one of those $35 Kmart Brunswick bags - sounds like a good deal.







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dmcneal

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Re: Need recommendations for a 2 or 3 ball rolling bag
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2003, 07:44:54 PM »
ok so far a recommendation for streamline and one against it.

Cosmo you recommend spending a few more dollars and get a better bag. The problem is I don't know which bag is a better one that is what I am trying to find out.

I am looking for a good bag that will last not a cheap one. Anyone else have any recommendations?

youthbowl

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Re: Need recommendations for a 2 or 3 ball rolling bag
« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2003, 08:01:17 PM »
i have a elcheapo 35 brunswick 2 ball back from k-mart.  does it job.  taken it through snow, rain, and left it in the trunk a few times.  does a gr8 job getting the oil out.  like i said it does it's job
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dmcneal

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Re: Need recommendations for a 2 or 3 ball rolling bag
« Reply #5 on: November 05, 2003, 08:42:35 PM »
I have no doubt that the K-Mart bag is good but to be honest I have no idea where there is one left around here. The only ones I had been to have since closed.