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Noy

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Inferno vs Zone
« on: June 24, 2006, 07:11:08 AM »
Hey all,

I was looking through the Brunswick bowling site and comparing both the inferno and zone lines.  They both have balls that cover the spectrum of dry to oily conditions, and from the videos, both lines seem to handle them pretty well.  So what is the advatage of having the inferno line over the zone line or vice versa?
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Joe Jr

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Re: Inferno vs Zone
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2006, 04:12:49 PM »
The Inferno line has the newer cover technology. Other then that it's just your preference between symm and asymmetric cores, you can pretty much get the same look from most of the Zones that you can with the Infernos.
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clint191

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Re: Inferno vs Zone
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2006, 11:43:38 AM »
I was gonna post pretty much the same question before finding this
post.  I had pretty much been a Hammer guy before getting
the Pro-Am Inferno.  I also recently picked up a used Smokin'
Inferno and both of these balls are very strong and have
become the first 2 I reach for.  
I was getting ready to make a purchase sometime before the fall
season kicks off, and was also looking at the Zone line but found
the overall hook very similar to the Inferno balls.
My center doesn't even have a pro shop so once I get it drilled the
layout/surface stays generally the same. So versatility in drillings
isn't a big factor in my purchases.
Any other differences in the Zone line vs Inferno?????