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Gold Crown with new rails by Mark Gregory .Have old centenials should i change?
Agreed. They stay cleaner for so much longer than my duramith sets. No idea why that is but they are much less prone to scuff marks in my return system. Traditional proper colors. They are a steal at current pricing.
It's all preference I suppose. I have owned 4 ball sets Aramith (duramith) tournaments, Aramith (duramith) Blaks, Aramith super pro's and a dynasphere bronze set. The dynaspheres are by far my favorite. I get the most consistent racks out of all my ball sets with these and they stay really clean. The sound when they make contact with each other is very crisp also. I have polished my other sets and they have been collecting dust in the ball trays since my bronze set arrived. It's crazy how good the tolerances and performance are vs the price.Don't tell us that you're sullying your GC with Dynaspheres
Among others. I'm hoping to add another set soon...stay tuned.Don't tell us that you're sullying your GC with Dynaspheres
i must sayAmong others. I'm hoping to add another set soon...stay tuned.
Brunswick Centennials (4)
Brunswick Ivorylene Darts (Vintage)
Hyatt Fancy O's (Vintage)
Hyatt Special Order Mystery Balls
Cosmos Diamond Ultra-C TV Set
Predator Arcos I Prototypes
Depends whether you like nice shiny new balls. Brunswick Centennials or Aramith tournaments are the only two options you should consider. A relatively small $ investment in relation to I’m sure what you paid Mark! My experience with both are that Aramith tournaments stay looking newer for a much longer period of time.Gold Crown with new rails by Mark Gregory .Have old centenials should i change?