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May 13, 2009
187 posts
Senior Miken end loaded...
Can any of you tell me a little about the Miken end loaded? Pop? durability? what would be a good weight if I swing a 27 balanced Miken ? thanks...
May 13, 2009
6 posts
I would drop down to a 26oz end load.
May 14, 2009
Men's 60
87 posts
CAT - U2MAX - Pop=10+, Durability= hot until it breaks - mine has 200 shots - still HOT! (28oz but I always use an end loaded bat, qakhntr is probably right to have you drop down 1oz for the 1/2 oz end load.)
May 14, 2009
Men's 65
36 posts
Cat....My team has bought 6 or 7 of them and have broken 3 of them already. Another friend told me he broke 2 of it appears they are not as durable as the balanced. Having said that...I just ordered another endload because they are hot!!!
May 17, 2009
187 posts
thanks guys...have any of you heard about the Demarini Geezer?
May 18, 2009
Men's 55
133 posts
Great bat.... I have a 28oz, and mostly used it w/about 15/Ab's this past weekend in Vegas. It was about 103 degrees, it had about 225-280 swings on it. And finally cracked on Sunday, even with the hot weather the durability for me did not last long.... But I will get the Maxload for future tourneys....
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