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Discussion: Red Maxload vs. 2 Piece Maxload

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Sept. 5, 2013
HJ
Men's 70
437 posts
Red Maxload vs. 2 Piece Maxload
I have been using a 26 oz. Maxload 1 piece. Need to buy a new one. The old model and the new 2 piece are both still available. I would like input on which one you prefer. Do they feel the same? If not, what is the difference?
Breakin? Durability? Hotness? etc.??
Thanks for all comments.
Sept. 5, 2013
Enviro-Vac
Men's 60
391 posts
From my experience HJ, the red Maxload has more pop then the two-piece but all the guys I know who swing a two piece like it and it seems a lot more durable. The Maxload does not last long.
Sept. 6, 2013
Tri18
607 posts
HJ,
The old red one piece got to maximum performance levels quicker than the new 2 piece model. The 2 piece does reach the same levels but just needs a little more coaxing from most players. Ie....a slightly longer break in period. The good news is that it will stay there and outlast the old one piece as its durability has been greatly improved. Let me know if you want me to send you a case or two of them....
Alan Tanner
Tricoach18@att.net
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