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Discussion: Miken red U2

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Feb. 7, 2012
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Miken red U2
First year in senior ball. Nice to be able to use a Miken again! Question about the weighting of the red maxload. I would assume the shells and end loads probably are the same. Do the escalating weights have rods in the handle, like the Utrip bats? If this is correct, would the 26 oz. have the balance point more toward the end of the bat as compared to, lets say a 30 oz. model, which would be more toward the handle. Secondly, does this bat swing heavy, light, or fairly true to weight. I swing an original Freak 28 and a first batch Syn+ 28.
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