Columbia 300 Cuda/C

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Columbia 300 Cuda/C

Post by seventen7ten » August 16th, 2018, 4:22 am

I recently found a Single-Drill Cuda/C (pink pin and lettering) in great condition at the local Goodwill Store. Brought back memories of the first 300 game I rolled with one about 20 years ago. Do any of you still bowl with this ball on a THS? Would anyone suggest re-drilling for use on today's conditions? Or is this just a waste of my time and money?

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Re: Columbia 300 Cuda/C

Post by 44boyd » August 16th, 2018, 2:16 pm

Walter Ray has a Black Diamond as a spare ball, probably what you could use it for.
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Re: Columbia 300 Cuda/C

Post by mrbean » August 18th, 2018, 2:01 am

i just recently got an old piranha/c pearl and use it as a dry lane ball. or a spare ball if there is too much oil.
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Re: Columbia 300 Cuda/C

Post by seventen7ten » August 18th, 2018, 7:18 am

44boyd wrote:Walter Ray has a Black Diamond as a spare ball, probably what you could use it for.
I had a Black Diamond too back in the day. As I recall, there used to be a dramatic difference in ball reaction between the Cuda/C and the BD. I have a Brunswick Axis that I use for spares. But thanks for the info on Walter Ray.

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