• Hammer Rebel Yell Bowling Ball
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Hammer Rebel Yell Bowling Ball

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  • Color: Steel/Yellow/Blue
  • Coverstock: Juiced Pearl
  • Weight Block: Rebel
  • Factory Finish: 500 / 2000 Abralon Polished w/ Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish
  • Flare Potential: Medium
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.48
  • Differential (Diff): 0.044

The Rebel is back and ready to make some noise. Hammer’s Juiced Pearl coverstock wrapped around the Rebel core will create a lot of angle downlane on any medium oil condition. When this one knocks 10 in the pit, don’t be afraid to get loud and let your inner rebel out.

With Hammer’s patent pending carbon fiber outer core, the Rebel Yell carries Hammer’s industry leading three year warranty.

3rd Rebel- The Rebel Yell
By: Chris Monroy on November 24, 2017

Here are my thoughts about the 3rd edition to the Hammer Rebel line of bowling balls…the Hammer Rebel Yell. The Rebel Yell features the same symmetrical core in previous Rebels. The coverstock used is “juiced pearl”. The box finish for the ball is 2000 Abralon with Factory Finish polish. The color is a bright steel/blue/yellow pearl swirl. I am on Hammer staff and my vitals are a 405 rev rate with a PAP of 5 9/16 over and 1/8 up. I have drilled my Rebel Yell with a 45 x 4 ½ x 40 layout, weight hole on PAP and have thrown it at box surface and at 2000 Abralon. I have tried the ball on a variety of THS. I drilled my Rebel Yell with a similar layout to one of my favorite original Rebels which I have had great success on longer sport patterns with medium volume. I find the new Rebel Yell to be a little more angular than the original Rebel likely due to the coverstock difference. I did prefer the ball at 2000 Abralon as that blended out any over/under on the THS. Generally speaking, unless I am bowling on very high friction surface/low volume of oil, I usually dust off at a minimum any factory polish regardless of the ball released. That being said, with the addition of surface, the Rebel Yell had no issues getting around the corner like the original Rebel. This ball is definitely best suited to medium to lighter volumes of oil and depending on layout, can work on a variety of pattern distances. Like with the original Rebel, the Rebel Yell should work for many different styles but I think bowlers with medium ball speeds and/or rev dominant players will really appreciate this new Hammer! See your local pro shop for more information about the Cherry Vibe by Hammer!

Hammer Rebel Yell
By: jkaseehammer on November 17, 2017

I drilled mine using a 75 x 5x 35 dual angle layout which put this pin over my ring finger. This ball is a must have if you are looking for a ball that is very clean through the fronts, stores energy through the mids, and gives a strong skid/flip motion on the back end. This ball will be amazing on house shots and medium patterns!! You can search Average Joe Reviews on YouTube to see this ball go down the lane.

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