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Nov. 4, 2011
Men's 70
41 posts
I have a 27 reebok senior bat starting pealing paint look like crack straight up and down is this normal or should i look for a new bat seem like it bends when I swing. thanks
Nov. 5, 2011
big cat7
Men's 50
122 posts
I got a reebok senior bat when they first came out and the first couple of times that i used it i felt the same thing. I actually felt like the bat was breaking off at the handle when i hit the ball.I put the bat in the bag and used my miken till it broke and decided rather than buy a new one i would try to use the reebok again.I used another bat and a rubber mallet and beat on the bat till the paint started to spider web.Once this happened and i used it the bat was awesome.Just as much distance as the ultra and it hasnt broken yet.
Nov. 6, 2011
Men's 70
661 posts
I just got a new 27 senior reebok an the paint started peeling off on about the 10th swing. Still it hits great and I'm hoping if enough of the paint stays on for the big tourneys. My 2 28oz senior reeboks still look great and hits good.
Joe Lefty Falcon
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Columbus LX
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