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Discussion: Ultra Maxload durability

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Aug. 25, 2009
12 posts
Ultra Maxload durability
Hello all,
Just wondering how many swings your U2 Maxload has or had on it. Have been hearing that they are breaking a lot.
Is the Senior MM a better bet as far as durabilty and close to the pop of a U2 in your opinion ??

Thanks in advance !
Aug. 26, 2009
Men's 60
91 posts
I have one that has 200+ swings on it and it has not broken as yet.Some of my teammates have the MM and it seems to last longer than the ultra 2's.Most
players wlll tell you that the launch and endloaded ultra 2 do not give you much more than a few hundred swings.
What happened to the bat that lasted for a year or so? warranties are outI guess!!
Aug. 26, 2009
Men's 60
1175 posts
Guys I still have one of the first Ultra 2's, have had it for at least 3 years and its still doing fine.Me and another team mate are the only ones who swing it,go figure......
Aug. 26, 2009
Men's 70
661 posts
I've got a 28oz. and it just didn't hit that well at the end of the bat. So I took it out for bp at 60 balls. Well the Birmingham tourney I broke my ultra2 and I took the Maxload out and it finally hit as the ultra 2 or better. I made only one out in the tourney. I'm going to buy me another one for next year just incase this one brakes. The best bat in my bag and I have them all.
Joe Lefty Falcon
Birmingham 55's
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