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Columbia 300 The Classic U2
« on: December 05, 2017, 07:14:41 PM »
This ball is now 5 years old and as such I can't find one new in box anywhere. What current urethane either C300 or other brand Would be the absolute closest in terms of specs to this ball?

Columbia 300
Perfect Scale    125    
RG    2.46
Finish    Matte
Lane Condition    Dry    
Coverstock    Urethane
Factory Finish    2000 Abralon
Coverstock Name    Pro Urethane    
Core Name    Resurgence Symmetric
Differential    .040    
Core Type    Symmetric

Thanks for any info.



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Re: Columbia 300 The Classic U2
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2017, 09:44:21 PM »
Closest in review specs is either a Tank Rampage or a Lord Field Old School for true urethane.

Closest in spec numbers below:
The Classic U2   2.46   0.043
Tank   2.48   0.034
Hot Cell   2.52   0.056
True Motion 2.521 0.035
Avalanche  2.524   0.024
Natural Pearl   2.53   0.04
Karma Urethane   2.539   0.04

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Re: Columbia 300 The Classic U2
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2017, 11:17:58 PM »
The tank does seem pretty close. Sadly that ball I can't find anywhere either. Its all the newer tanks i keep seeing. I did come across the Hammer Blue Vibe RG (2.51) Diff (0.039. So that might end up being the one if I can't find an actual U2 or Original Tank.


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Re: Columbia 300 The Classic U2
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2017, 04:27:31 PM »
Blue Vibe is reactive, so with you looking for a urethane ball, it will not fit. The core numbers are close, yes, but the cover is what dictates the motion. I think the Black Hammer will be the closest current choice.
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