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July 27, 2009
Men's 50
3114 posts
best bat I've swung in a while
I saw a lot of the new red and black
Ultra 2 Maxloads being used.
A couple of key monster hitting friends
liked it a lot.
So I got one and now I agree
it's the best bat on the market
in quite some time.
Wish I was getting a cut or a new bat for saying so
but I'm not.
Rip-it told me their coming back with a senior bat
but as of yet I've heard nothing else.
The red and black Ultra 2 is the best bat out there
for seniors right now.
July 27, 2009
Men's 65
49 posts
If I use a U2 27oz,in a Max2,do I need a 26-27-28 oz?
July 27, 2009
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
793 posts
Joe, so which one did you like better, the black or the red (or are they the same)? Of course all bats are better in California...

Enjoy your playing time. Life between the lines is often better than real life.
July 27, 2009
Men's 50
3114 posts
Hi Nancy,
It's the black AND red one.
I'm sorry I didn't make it clear.
The new Ultra 2 Maxload has a black handle
and a red barrel.
I think it looks cool.

Most guys think you go an ounce less
in the maxload but the end load
is not as prominent as you might think.
Best to grab somone's and see.
I thought the 30 oz would be way to heavy for me.
It's not.
July 28, 2009
Men's 55
451 posts
Nancy........Just got back from the "Hit Club" and the new U2 Maxload is hot right out of the wrapper. It got more swings on it than I really wanted. Those old farts about wore it out. gb69.......I usually swing a 28oz but went to a 26oz in the maxload. Didn't affect my timing much at all.
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