The numbers are mostly just a serial code or model number not the weight.
If you are referring to house balls (rented by the alley) then yes, the number (6 through 16) indicates the weight of the Bowling ball.
without a scale it is hard to tell. HOWEVER! if you hold the ball out with one hand fully extended away from your body then you can throw that ball. do so until it is difficult to hold. that is the weight you should use.
it is in pound
That would depend on the weight of the bowling balls. If they were 10 pounds each, that would be 700 pounds total.
Norm Duke uses 16-pound Storm bowling balls.
The lightest weight that a bowling ball can be manufactured is 6lbs. This weight is usually for little kids that are just starting to bowl. Some brands do not make reactive balls this light, plastic balls are usually the type of balls that will be 6lbs.
used bowling balls
The duration of Bowling Balls is 1320.0 seconds.
Same weight different volume
Ebonite makes those bowling balls.
The number on a house ball represents its weight in pounds. Bowling balls can range from 6 to a maximum of 16 lbs.
Aside from bowling balls, Storm sells other items related to bowling. Storm sells bowling shoes, bowling bags, bowling apparel and products designed to polish and clean bowling balls.
the back spin you put on the ball, but how do you even ask a question on this site? i cant figure it out :/
Yes bowling alleys do loan out 4 pound balls for the youngest children.