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The Angular One
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »

Coverstock: GBV 12.7 Pearl

Core: Centrex Symmetrical Mass Bias

Length: 28
Hook: 45
Break Point Angle : 13.25
Mass Bias Rating : .027

16# 15# 14# 13# 12# 11# 10#
2.51 .037 2.46 .056 2.49 .053 2.59 .043 2.62 .046    


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Re: The Angular One
« Reply #46 on: October 27, 2008, 03:24:00 AM »
Greetings sportsfans,

Well, as an old timer at this wonderful game, I still marvel how I learn something new every day.  For the last twenty five years or so, I have had nothing but contempt for Ebonite products.  In fact, the popular phrase was:
"Ebonite"s bowling balls make great boat anhors".  Okay, after having thrown this dude for about six games, I am ready for my third piece of humble pie.
Two words now adequately describe this ball's performance: "Most Impressive".
I strongly recommend that if anyone can find one of these, grab it and make a
permanent part of your go to equipment.  Kudos to Ebonite.



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Re: The Angular One
« Reply #47 on: November 14, 2008, 01:24:22 AM »
Anyone know of some 14p Angular One`s ?
Trying to find my favourite ball, but not so easy to locate a new one.

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Re: The Angular One
« Reply #48 on: February 05, 2009, 06:06:27 PM »
i like the way the ball makes it back from the corner. i really didnt take care of it that well, but i know if i clean it up in the dishwasher or something, it'll come back to life. on the other hand, i kinda like the ball at 4000grit. it is very strong and readable. it was my go to ball for a while now i have the Magic and a Peral One. so i guess the Angular wont get as much use unless i need some control on some tougher conditions


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Re: The Angular One
« Reply #49 on: February 08, 2009, 10:40:05 AM »
Sarge Easter Grips w/IT thumb. 15lb with a 4 inch pin. Placed the pin above my bridge with the mb 1.5" right of my thumb. Tried this ball at 2000 abralon as a smooth ball on medium lanes and loved it. With the addition of a few new pieces i took this ball to 4000 and factory finish and it is long with a smooth backend that doesnt jump off the dry. Not the sideways monster they advertised it as but i love the reaction i am getting from mine! Big thanks to Monty Stratton at Bowlers Depot Oceanside.
NVD 2000 Abralon
Magic 4000 Abralon
NVS 2000 Factory Finish
Angular One 4000 Factory Finish
Pin Slasher 4000 Abralon


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Re: The Angular One
« Reply #50 on: February 07, 2010, 03:55:05 PM »
Best ball I have ever owned. Great legnth and smooth arc to the pocket.


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Re: The Angular One
« Reply #51 on: February 08, 2010, 12:31:37 PM »
i must agree with you. it made me a lot of money . too bad the ball cracked on me . i actually cried when it happen.


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Re: The Angular One
« Reply #52 on: July 30, 2010, 06:49:23 PM »
This ball is great!  did well from the beginning with it but then I started having problems with the ball rolling over a finger hole.  This ball has great shelf appeal and does have forever length.  the back end is always strong but for me it's very snappy.  Mine is drilled pin up with the cg in the palm.  
This ball works better on house shots than sport conditions, and when I get used medium oil there's no problem shooting 240's and up!!