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Hawg Zilla

Hammer's Hawg Zilla Ball Image
16 lbs
RG
2.53
Diff
.044
15 lbs
RG
2.52
Diff
.048
14 lbs
RG
2.52
Diff
.050
13 lbs
RG
2.53
Diff
.055
12 lbs
RG
2.60
Diff
.039

Road Hawg

Hammer's Raod Hawg Ball Image
16 lbs
RG
2.56
Diff
.047
15 lbs
RG
2.55
Diff
.053
14 lbs
RG
2.55
Diff
.058
13 lbs
RG
2.53
Diff
.055
12 lbs
RG
2.60
Diff
.039

Mass Bias Rating Low

Hawg Wild

Hammer's Hawg Wild Ball Image
16 lbs
RG
2.56
Diff
.047
15 lbs
RG
2.55
Diff
.053
14 lbs
RG
2.55
Diff
.058
13 lbs
RG
2.53
Diff
.055
12 lbs
RG
2.60
Diff
.039

Mass Bias Rating Low

Hawg

Hammer's Hawg Ball Image
16 lbs
RG
2.51
Diff
.065
15 lbs
RG
2.52
Diff
.064
14 lbs
RG
2.51
Diff
.069
13 lbs
RG
2.53
Diff
.055
12 lbs
RG
2.60
Diff
.039

Mass Bias Rating Low
Illustrations shown are for right handed bowlers. Please reverse for left handed bowlers
Note:These layouts are based on a bolwer's positive axis point of 5" over and 1" up.

Flare Safe Pin Zones:
Please be sure that all balls are drilled in the Flare Sage Pin Position.

Surface Preperation:
Matching the texture of the ball to the lane condition is the most important factor when looking for optimum reaction. If you have too much surface texture, or not enough, you will never be able to acheive maximum results. Ultimately, having the right surface texture is more important than the type of layout used when drilling your new Hammer Ball.

Before You Drill You will need to know:

  1. The bowler's ball speed
  2. Axis Rotation
  3. Axis Tilt
  4. Lane Conditions and surface the bowler bompetes on

Balance Holes:
Balance holes placed on the bowlers positive axis point (PAP) will cause earlier and smoother motion. Balance holes placed past the positive axis point (PAP) increase flare, hook and flip. Balance holes placed in the rEV-LEVERAGE area cause increase flare, earlier hook and a smooth controlled backend reaction.

Leverage Layout

Not recommended for bowlers with high rev rates
Pin:
3-3/8" from PAP.
Flare Potential:
Maximum Flare Potential for bowlers with low to medium rev rates.
Drilling Layout 1

High RG Length Layout

Pin:
5" 5-1/2" from PAP
Flare Potential:
Small Flare Potential
Ball Motion:
Moderate hook with length and sharp breakpoint.
Lane Conditions:
Drier lane conditions
Drilling Layout 2

High RG Standard Layout

Pin:
4-4'/2" from PAP.
Flare Potential:
Medium flare potential.
Notes:
Most versatile layout for a variety of bowling styles>
Drilling Layout 3

Low RG Roll Layout

Pin:
2" from the PAP
Flare Potential:
Small Flare Potential
Ball Motion:
Early roll and smooth ball motion
Lane Conditions:
Wet/Dry lane conditions
Drilling Layout 4

Full Roller Layout

Pin:
2-4" from the center of the grip
Ball Motion:
Even and arching ball motion
Drilling Layout 5