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Discussion: Red U2

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Feb. 8, 2012
cyborg45
89 posts
Red U2
I'll try this again. First year in senior ball. Nice to be able to use senior bats! On the red endloaded U2, I am assuming the end loads and shells are the same for all weights. Does this model have rods in the handle as the weights get heavier? Is the balance point closer to the end of the bat on a 26oz, than lets say a 30oz? Does this model swing heavy, or is it pretty much true to the stickered weight. I swing an original Freak,28oz, and an first batch Syn+ 28. Both are fairly balanced.
Feb. 8, 2012
Brett
Men's 55
239 posts
1/2 ounce was removed from the rod and added to the end.
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