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900 Global Dream Bowling Ball

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900 Global Dream Bowling Ball - WWRD 8/15/14


900 Global Dream Bowling Ball - WWRD 8/15/14

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900 Global Dream


  • Color: Red/Blue/Carbon
  • Coverstock: 74 Response Pearl
  • Weight Block: Identity Asymmetric
  • Factory Finish: 2000 Grit Polished
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.48
  • Differential (Diff): .054
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): 0.024
  • Description:

    The New 74 Response Pearl Coverstock quickly changes direction when encountering friction down lane.

    The New Identity Asymmetric core creates quick revving action with plenty of energy retention.
  • Product Rating: (4.90)   # of Ratings: 19   Rate It! Click Here to rate this product


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    1. Joe on 7/26/2015, said:

    900 Global Dream Layout: 50 x 5-1/8 x 35 Oil Pattern: 40' with 25ML THS Lane Surface: Wood Bowler Specs: 330 Rev Rate 17 MPH 22* Tilt 66* Rotation PAP: 5-3/8 over 1/2 up Review: I love what a strong pearl asymmetric has to offer and so the Dream by 900 Global is right in my wheelhouse. The 74 Response Pearl and Identity Asymmetric core are a great compliment. The cover helps the ball through the first 20 feet of the lane and allows the core to store up energy for a big sharp continuous motion down lane. This is a house shot Dream!!! And something you should own if you bowl often on THS conditions. Joe O'Connell All Star Bowling & Trophy 900 Global Regional Staff Turbo Regional Staff
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    2. Donnie on 5/30/2015, said:

    The asymmetrical core with a pearl coverstock is the perfect blend! The Dream is very clean through the heads with an angular backend. On most THS I find this to be my first ball of choice. If you like to see your ball go long and turn the corner hard then this is your ball. If the shot is breaking down then all you have to do is move left and send it to the friction, it will most definitely recover. If you start seeing a little carry down then the Dream On is a must have as it’s an obvious ball to switch to. Please don’t the angular backend scare you, the Dream carries better than any other skid/flip ball I have ever thrown. As with all 900 Global balls, it keeps the pins low thus carrying more corner pins. The Dream carries on both light and solid hits. If you’re looking for a strong pearl ball with angular backends then the Dream is the ball for you. Donnie Benson 900 Global Staff Member
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    3. carsten warming on 5/28/2015, said:

    The dream is a really good compliment to the dream on its a shinyer Ball That gets down the Lane and really hooks on the backend. If the dream on is just a little to much hook then the dream really gets handi.
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    4. HANS on 4/21/2015, said:

    BALL SPECS Pin Length: 3.5" - 4" Starting Top Weight: 2.98oz Ball Weight: 15.2 DRILL PATTERN Dual Angle Layout: 50* x 5" 45* No X-Hole BOWLER STYLE Ball Speed: 15.5 - 16 PAP: 5-1/4" (right), 7/8" (up) SURFACE PREP Grit: OOB ("E" Pad) Type: Polished LANE CONDITION Length: 39'-42' Volume: Medium, Medium-Heavy Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS, Modified House, WTBA London, USBC Blue #2, PBA Viper COMMENTS Wow! What a great looking ball, both on the lanes and off. Clean through the heads and strong, angular backend ball motion. The backend motion is definitely stronger than a Black Eagle Pearl. The Dream is an easy step down from the Moxie or Dream On. The Dream at the OOB ("E" pad) will be able to handle some oil, but unless you take the cover down to a lower grit and no polish, it is not a heavy oil friendly ball. It will be best suited for a medium-heavy to medium oil shots. Overall, bowlers that want a strong pearl for opening the lanes up or getting you through those tough transition or 2nd shift leagues, the Dream is your new ball! Hans Schell, 900 Global Regional Staff; Colorado Springs, CO
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    5. Matt on 4/14/2015, said:

    Dream Drilling: 4.75 x 4.5 x 2.75 (Pin Up Over Ring Finger, MB kicked 1.5 inches off Center Line) Surface: 1500 Polished Pattern: 42ft THS I was excited to get the Dream, I’ve always been a fan of pearl bowling balls and I can tell this is going to be one of my go to balls when the front of the lane starts to hook or I need more ball coming off the spot down lane. The Dream is about 5 boards weaker than the Dream On with the Dream being a lot cleaner. If you’re looking for a ball to come off the end the pattern and just make an angular motion. The Dream is the ball you’re looking for! Matt Fazzone, 900 Global Regional Staff
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    6. William on 3/6/2015, said:

    I used this ball on a 37' and 39' pattern. On the 37' pattern this ball was unbelievable. I could play literally all over the lanes. Straight up 6, the ball was clean through the heads, once it found friction, it made a bee line to the pocket. I was also able to play inside, same results, once it found friction, it destroyed the pocket. On the 39' pattern, on fresh i had the same results, however, once i started getting some carry down i lost some of the hitting power, then i switched to the Dream On. William Banks, 900 Global/AMF, Professional Staffer.
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    7. Kenneth on 3/6/2015, said:

    Drilling: 65 x 5 3/8 x 40 Pap: 5 5/8 right 1 ½ up Finish: Box, 3000AP, 2000AP and Neat pad A Lane Conditions: Med to Heavy Summary: Are you serious right now? This ball gets through the front part of the lane, revs hard in the mids and comes screaming back. I haven’t been this excited about a ball in my entire bowling career. On the 42 foot house pattern on synthetic it was a beast. I could not contain myself or believe that a ball could hit so hard. It recovered from darn near everywhere. The only time it didn’t is when I made a bad shot. I changed the surface because I just had to see how bad ass this ball was and it didn’t disappoint. When I added surface to the ball it started up earlier, read the mids a little earlier and was just slightly calmer in the back end. This ball really comes back. I absolutely love it!!! It worked on everything I threw it on (House, PBA Viper, Wolf and USBC Blue 2). Of course on the PBA patterns and USBC sports shots you need to be more precise but this ball still gives you plenty of room for error. Every bowler must have one of this balls in their bag, that is if you want to score? One of the best, if not the best 900 Global ball has produced to date in my opinion.
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    8. Peyton on 12/21/2014, said:

    reviewed by Peyton Bielefeldt. I drilled my Dream 55x5x50 and my PAP is 5" over. With this layout i found the dream clears the fronts and mids really clean and fires off the spot. This ball is ANGULAR. Definitely a ball motion everyone needs in their bag
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    9. Anonymous User on 11/13/2014, said:

    The DREAM this ball is the real deal if you are looking for silk in the heads and angler back end the DREAM is the right ball for you. Low rev players the Dream is angler enough for you to go straight do the boards. Your high rev folks move in a let the DREAM loose you will enjoy this equipment as I do the 1st ball out of my bag
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    10. Jimmy on 11/11/2014, said:

    Drilling: Pin up between fingers Surface: OOB Lane condition: 41ft THS Description: Holy backend, Batman! This ball comes off the spot like nothing I have seen before. The asymmetric core matched with the pearl cover allows this ball to get down the lane with ease and then take a 90 degree turn off the end of the pattern. Leaving this at the OOB finish, it allowed me to play a little further outside on the lane, but it can easily be taken down to 2000 or 4000 and make the middle of the lane more playable. When you are having trouble getting the ball to tip the corner, or get out a flat 10, take no second thought to switch to the dream. This is the go to ball if you are looking for a big back end move.
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