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Roto Grip Shatter 

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Shatter Specs

Product ID 10358 Brand Roto Grip
Perfect Scale 177.9 RG 2.55
Finish Polished Lane Condition Medium-Dry
Coverstock Reactive Resin Ball Quality First Quality
Factory Finish 1500 Grit Polished Coverstock Name 51ML Pearl Reactive
Core Name Neutron Differential 0.042
Durometer 75-77 on D-Scale Flare Potential 4-5" (Med-High)
Core Type Symmetric Performance Advanced Performance[6]
Roto Grip Product Line HP2 Release Date 08/14/2012
Originally Sold For: $99.99

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Crush, smash, tear, destroy the rack with the Roto Grip Shatter bowling ball!

“GUTS”
Featuring the same proven, late-rolling Neutron core utilized in both the Rising Star and Shooting Star, the Shatter is a model of consistency, producing good length and strong motion down-lane.

“GRIT”
The 51ML pearl reactive coverstock was created to go toe-to-toe with medium to lighter oil conditions. This reliable shell allows the ball to easily clear the front part of the lane and provide you with more stored energy down-lane.

“GRIME”
The Shatter produces more length and backend on medium to lighter oil conditions than the Rising Star and Shooting star, creating the perfect combination when paired with either of its predecessors.

How To Keep Your New Ball Reacting Strong

  1. Use a clean, dry Storm microfiber towel during competition

  2. At the end of the session, use Storm Reacta Clean and spray liberally over the entire surface of the ball

  3. Rub your hands over the surface of the ball in a scrubbing motion for 15-20 seconds

  4. Towel off the ball until dry

  5. Every 10 Games - Re-polish surface with Storm Reacta Shine

  6. Every 30 Games - Scuff surface with Abralon and re-polish with Storm Reacta Shine

  7. Every 60 Games Ball is due for full resurface process

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