Thread: D-Balls
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Old 03-15-2007, 05:28 PM   #6
George Brothers
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i have a dball and a dynamax. they are 2 different animals but look similar, same as looking at a horse and a mule. the dball is the mule. you have to work harder to bounce the d ball than if you are using the bouncing variety or a dynamax ball. plus the dball will hold up better to very forceful slamming.
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