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Track Tundra

Product Code: 06Tundra

Availability: In stock

Track Tundra
$109.95

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$109.95
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TUNDRA
When the lanes are on fire, put them on ice by pulling out the new Track Tundra. This core/cover combination will provide ultimate control when you need it most. Whether you are bowling on old wood lanes, lighter volume oil patterns or on lanes that just flat out hook, the Tundra is the ideal ball for you.

DR-4 PEARL
The new DR-4 Pearl cover will offer the most length in the Track line. This cover is the perfect option for those super dry conditions.

TRACK SYMMETRIC
The Track Symmetric core is a super high rg, low differential core that will be a must in any tournament bowlers bag. A core with unique numbers like this will allow the core to store energy longer while remaining smooth and controllable down lane.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Brand Track
Release Date Nov 15, 2016
Coverstock Name DR-4
Coverstock Type Pearl Reactive
Factory Finish 500 / 1000 Abralon / Factory Finish Polish
Core Name Track Symmetric
Core Type Symmetric
Core RG 2.57
Differential .029
Mass Bias Diff No
Flare Potential Medium
Reviews

Customer Reviews 4 item(s)

The Ultimate in Short Oil Equipment
Rev - Medium, Ball Speed - Medium
Layout: 75 x 4 1/2 x 45

The Tundra is one of the cleanest bowling ball through the front part of the lane that I have ever thrown. I've been throwing an Arson Low Flare on short and light oil since they came out because of how easy they transitioned. This is the first time I've found a ball that gives me a clean read and easy transition at the break point like the Arson Low Flare. Pearl bowling balls usually are too snappy for me on shorter patterns, but this layout and the clean coverstock have given me a very versatile short oil ball.
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Review by Jason M. / (Posted on 4/10/2017)
Best dry lane ball out!!!
One of the BEST dry lane balls out. If you are having trouble in 3rd game of league or maybe on short sport patterns. You need to check out this ball. Very clean and smooth reaction.
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Review by Tony C. / (Posted on 1/23/2017)
Best dry lane ball out
The Tundra is the best dry lane ball I have owned. The Tundra gets down the lane very clean and smooth. It has good motion with continuation on the backend. It is a must have for dry lane conditions.
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Review by William Davis / (Posted on 12/28/2016)
This Ball REALLY Controls Friction!!!
The Track Tundra is a remarkable ball for dry lanes. Multiple times – in both league and tournament – when the mid-lane has created a burn spot, but I am not ready to chase the shot left, I have been able to go to the Tundra. Somehow, this ball is able to “ignore” the burn spot to get to the break point. The most pleasant part of that result is watching the strength and continuation of the Tundra through the pins. For a “weaker” ball, it certainly does not have an issue with making a move and crushing pins.

My Tundra is drilled with the pin above my bridge and the CG about 2 ½” below it and lined up with my ring finger. The out-of-box polish is very clean as you would expect. On a high friction house shot, the Tundra has been a go-to ball for Game 3. Most recently, late in a qualifying block when my Hammer Rebel starting rolling too early playing left, I was able to switch to the Tundra and stay in the same area to keep scoring.

The next weakest ball in the Track line is the Heat – and there is no real comparison between these two balls. The Heat is at least 3 boards stronger. Personally, I think this is wonderful that there is such a defined difference in strength because there are definitely times when you want to go to a ball KNOWING you need to control the lane – and the Tundra does not disappoint in either control or power through the pins. This is a “must have” ball for anyone with a high rev rate or anyone who bowls on friction and needs control.

Dave Han
Track Advisory Staff
Vise Regional Staff
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Review by Dave Han / (Posted on 11/28/2016)
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