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Discussion: Bands on senior gear??

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Oct. 13, 2008
46 posts
Bands on senior gear??
Can anyone tell me about the bands that are showing on my MM senior gear?I've got about 350+ hits on it now and I've notice 5 to 6 bands around the barrel.I hope this isn't a sign that the bats life is close to an end?
Oct. 13, 2008
729 posts
The bands are what holds the 2 sides of the graphics together. Instead of having 1 solid wrap, the graphics are held together with bands. When applying the graphics it is easier to get the water out from under the graphics when the are cut out like this.
Oct. 24, 2008
46 posts
I've been away for two weeks and finally got to read this.
Thanx for the reply Trumpball.
An interesting application. Does this in any way help with the trampoline affect of the barrel?
A question for the other owners of this bat.
How do you like it so far?
I've hit with it now two times,first 100 hits were off the tee and the second time with friends hitting at least 250 swings total.This bat hits as good as and a little more distance now than my 27 oz grey anaconda and my yellow outlaw rip-it.
I'm not a big hitter but for me if I can send a ball 300ft I'm happy.
Oct. 24, 2008
Men's 60
7 posts
i have MM Yellow senior gear with about 300 hits on it and Ihave about a half inch chip under the end cap, not all the way through yet. Anyone else have this.
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