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Discussion: ultra 2's

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May 9, 2010
37 posts
ultra 2's
i just bought one and then i hear that it doesnt last long. should i hit it in at least 1 bp. it is a team bat and probably 5-6 guys will be hitting it. any suggestions or recomendations for another bat would be appreciated. can i use any usssa or nsa bat with 1.20 on it. thanks,ricky
May 10, 2010
Men's 65
48 posts
ricky33, if that is the only U2 on your team, plan on 10-12 guys using that bat. Depending on how many "brutes" you have will determine the life of the bat, one good brute swing can crack that bat. I would suggest that you encourage all your players to get one if you plan on playing in tournaments or a league that allows that bat, so the guy that cracks that one doesn't get pounded by the other guys. And you don't really need to break it that for the third batter.
May 10, 2010
37 posts
thanks don for the info. doesn't sound like this bat will last long. what is another bat that is good and may last longer with it being a team bat. thanks don
May 14, 2010
Bomber #7
Men's 60
62 posts
Our team has an Ultra II Legacy, it's lasted sveral years with 5-6 guys using it.
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