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Track 300A 

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300A Specs

Product ID 10372 Brand Track
Perfect Scale 157.5 RG 2.57
Finish Polished Lane Condition Medium-Dry
Coverstock Reactive Resin Ball Quality First Quality
Factory Finish 800 Abranet, 1000, 2000, 4000 Abralon, Powerhouse Breakpoint Shape Angular
Coverstock Name Gen MA (Moderate Angle) Core Name Track Symmetric
Differential 0.029 Core Type Symmetric
Performance Performance[4] Release Date 06/12/2012
Originally Sold For: $92.99

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Looking for length and angularity on dry lanes? The Track 300A is your bowling ball!
With the release of the 300A, we wanted to design a ball that would complement the 300C & 300T in our lower-mid performance category. In order to accomplish this, we needed to use the perfect combination of core and cover. During our product development stage, we found that combining our Track Symmetric Core and Gen MA cover provided us with the right look on the lanes.
The Track Symmetric Core allows the 300A to push through the front part of the lane with ease storing power for the back end of the lane. This is accomplished in part by the medium-high Rg and low differential of this core.
Our Gen MA (Moderate Angle) cover is a perfect match for medium to dry lane conditions. This is one of the lowest friction covers that we offer. This is perfect for when there is too much friction for many of today's high-performance bowling balls.
Finish: The 300A comes with our standard polished factory finish. We accomplish this by starting with 800 Abranet and then working our way up with 1000, 2000 and then 4000 Abralon before we apply our Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish. Those looking for a little less length can achieve it by sanding with a 2000 Abralon pad and then re-polishing.
The 300A is sure to be the first ball out the bag when the front part of the lane burns up and the back ends get tight. This new release will push through the front when other balls won't, maintaining the angular reaction at the back end of the lane that is expected from our “A” series.

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