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What's going to be new at Bowl Expo?
« on: June 08, 2012, 10:49:49 AM »
What does everybody expect/think is coming from the Big B at Bowl Expo? What is your expectations, or what would you like to see? I would mind seeing the Versa-Max core on a coverstock similar to the Ulti-Max cover! I'd like something pearl with a higher diff and lower rg in a symmetrical core for a Loaded Revolver replacement! I curious to see what is going to replace the Revolver line, or if they are going to expand the Versa-Max line for it's replacement! Still waiting on my Slingshot with a different coverstock and if they'll replace the Avalanche urethane with another urethane ball! I use my two Versa-Max' the most, a pin up and pin down for most house and modified house shots!
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Re: What's going to be new at Bowl Expo?
« Reply #46 on: June 22, 2012, 08:10:06 PM »
Bowling is a lot more popular overseas and all compaines have far more releases in those markets because they can support that much product. You can luck into overseas releases in the US through ebay and some distributors. Usually x-outs because its not worth shipping them overseas.

Now what would be great is if you were able to order overseas equipment direct from the manufacture. The market may not be as large but I think there are plenty of bowlers that would be interested enough to do so and the manufacture would save on shipping around the world. Even if it was done shipped to your local shop.

well said. . .I would order!


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Re: What's going to be new at Bowl Expo?
« Reply #47 on: June 22, 2012, 10:45:15 PM »
Just make it for 14 and 15lbs only and see what happens. Those are the most common weights. Morich now has it to where you can order direct from them. It could work very similar for overseas equipment only.

you can't  add a physics term to a bowling term and expect it to mean something.