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Well first off, your question is very vague. My question is, is this "w" a logo type molding or is it melted into the end cap? If you have a Miken bat with a W melted into the end cap, then it is a NR bat. (Non-returnable).
first. take the bat second practice swinging said bat third beat bat against ground or someones car till cap poppes off
Carefully remove the end cap of the bat with a flat head screw driver.Flip the end cap upside down on a flat surface.Pour 1 oz of pourable polyurethane into the end cap and let it dry overnight.Place a small amount of epoxy around the edge of the end cap and press it back into the end of the bat.Let the bat sit overnight (again) with the end cap on the ground to ensure the polyurethane settles completely inside the bat.Note: End loading is illegal in all association softball and should only be used for exhibition or practice. End loading extends the sweet spot and can increase the the exit speed of the ball.
End loaded put more weight at the end cap (oppisite the handle) "Regular" is more balanced weight throughout the entire bat.
Usually by prying them off. I've found that the higher end bat's are usually more difficult to take off. Try a heat gun to loosen up the glue and to expand the bat from the cap.
drill out the center fill it with lead and resael the end
Yes because it's wider near the top end and skinnier at the bottom.
Yes, they can be rolled after being end loaded. When you roll a bat you are rolling the sweet spot not the entire length of the barrel.
Put your arms to your side and have someone hold the bat up by your side with the top of the bat on the ground. The end of the bat (the end where you hold it) should come a little above your wrist
Stealths are a high end softball bat. There are many version of the Stealth. They are expensive bats so when looking to buy one make sure you get one that is the right length and weight for you.
A bat is shaved by removing the end cap then using a cutting tool and a lathe you would remove material from the inside wall of the bat.
the -10 means the distrubution of the weight between the end and the bottom of the bat. it is otherwise called a ten ounce drop which means the end is lighter than the power spot
If you are a slapper, like me, you will want a balanced light bat because you don't need to generate a lot of force to get on base. If you are a power hitter you would want a more end-loaded bat. The bat you want all depends on what kind of batter you are.
Don't do it, it will no longer pass league inspection.
that number at hte end of the barrel is the subtraction of the length from the weight for example my bat the demarini phoenix is 31 inches and weighs 21 ounces and therefore the number a the end of my barrel is -10.
You start the process by removing the end cap from the bat. The bat is placed in a lathe and the inside wall of the bat is shaved. You ususally just take about .020 off of the inside wall.
It depends on the type and quality of bat, some are made of aluminum, others composite. The higher end bats are usually a type of composite alloy mix.
Well yes you can load a bat ! As for a wooden on you make a end plug of the same wood drill out the core of the bat and pack it with cork. As for a metal bat its called rolling. By removing the end cap and roll the bat walls to thin it out, by doing this the ball will spring or pop of the bat with more power,
first you put your mouth on it and losen it up then you take a screw driver and pop it off.
An end loaded bat is a bat that has a weight at the end. The weighted end helps give power to your swing.
The BEST fastpitch softball bat right now is the Xeno fp12x. When you hit the ball it sounds like you have just broken glass. A lot of people that see or here the bat might say its against the rules to have. Truth is its not. It is slightly expensive. I think it starts at $300. It is made by Louisville Slugger!The real answer - it depends - are you a slapper, a power hitter, do you have slow bat speed or fast bat speed. The answers may be balanced, end-loaded, light drops (-11, -12). There is a great site - www.thecoachreviews.com - that reviews the Best Fastpitch Softball Bats for 2013. It also provides reviews from Players, Coaches and Parents. Also provides Top Rankings of Fastpitch Bats in several categories - Slappers, Power Hitters, Balanced, End-Loaded, Team Bats (8U, 10U, 12U), Composite and Non-Composites. Also, info on selection and care of Fastpitch Softball Bats: www.thecoachreviews.comRead more: What_is_the_best_fastpitch_softball_bat_for_2010
The main of softball is to have the most number of runs at the end of the 7th innings
softball cleats have a spike at the end and soccer cleats don't you can wear softball cleats for soccer but you can wear soccer cleats for softball
It depends - are you a slapper, a power hitter, do you have slow bat speed or fast bat speed. The answers may be balanced, end-loaded, light drops (-11, -12). There is a great site - www.thecoachreviews.com - that reviews the Best Fastpitch Softball Bats. It also provides reviews from Players, Coaches and Parents. Also provides Top Rankings of Fastpitch Bats in several categories - Slappers, Power Hitters, Balanced, End-Loaded, Team Bats (8U, 10U, 12U), Composite and Non-Composites. Also, info on selection and care of Fastpitch Softball Bats: www.thecoachreviews.comRead more: What_is_the_best_bat_to_use_in_fastpitch_softball