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Discussion: Suncoast Diamond 12 Inch End Load

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Aug. 27, 2021
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Suncoast Diamond 12 Inch End Load
I bought this bat back in early spring. Had about 200-250 swings and this morning in league play it broke and split. I completely understand it has no warranty but I am really disappointed in how long it held up. Just wondering if anyone else had a similar experience. I am really second guessing Suncoast performance and I just ordered their melee 3 endload which is in back order. Ugh
Aug. 28, 2021
Men's 75
719 posts
NY I had a 28 1/2oz cracked it around 150 bp swings. Some times we get a bad one out of a batch. I now have 5 new Suncoast bats 3 diamonds, 2 Johnny Dykes and 1 Melee3 endload.They all have around 300 bp swings. I'm almost 73 I can still hit it over 300ft but not as often. I believe Dave V. is right about once you get to 300bp swings it upons up a little more. All 3 bats hit great. Hope this helps. Just my opinion.
Joe Lefty Falcon
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