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Discussion: Trump X-Rock
|Jan. 12, 2009|
Anyone using the Trump X-Rock ball. I'm having a problem with covers tearing and was wondering if anyone else is having the same problem. Used 6 new balls in a Sunday league and had 4 with torn covers after about 2 innings. Apparently they are not durable or I got lemons. Any comments. So far no response from Trump about it.
|Jan. 13, 2009|
|I jhave been at the TOC, I would like to see the balls. Contact me at 800-327-0074 ext 210|
|Jan. 13, 2009|
|My team used them for the first time in the 2007 ISA world and thought they were great. We used the yellow ones in a couple of tournaments last year and did not experience the problems you mentioned. One of the guys on our team also used them in an ASA league last year and they held up well. The only problem in 2008 was availability because they were in such high demand. They are a great performing 44/375 ball, especially in hot weather. It sounds to me like you may have got lemons as you said.|
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