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Questions and Answers for 2014 Anderson RockeTech SP Slow Pitch Softball Bat: KRKTSP
Do not see the Anderson RockeTech bat on the approved listings for SSUSA. Do you know anything different?
The USSSA BPF 1.20 performance regulation is more strict than the SSUSA regulation, so the 2014 Anderson RockeTech SP Slow Pitch Softball Bat (KRKTSP) could meet that league's regulations. However, it does not feature a SSUSA performance certification mark, and if the bat is not on an approved bats list for that league, we couldn't guarantee it would be allowed.
I'm in a ASA league, but not sure which balls they use. Would the .44 balls damage the bat and would it perform the same as with a .52 ball?
Any bat that features the new ASA stamp (including the Anderson RockeTech SP Slow Pitch Softball Bat (KRKTSP)) are meant for use with the softer .52 COR balls. You would be able to use this bat with the harder .44 COR balls, however, the durability will be compromised. If your league uses the .44 COR balls, we recommend using a bat that features the older 2004 ASA stamp.
I am looking for a good bat for a single wall league. I was looking at this but the description is throwing me off.
The Anderson Ignite SP Slow Pitch Softball Bat (ISP) would be a great single wall bat to check out instead of the multi-wall designed Anderson RockeTech SP Slow Pitch Softball Bat (KRKTSP).
What is the break in period for one of these, and what kind of life will get out of it?
The Anderson RockeTech SP: KRKTSP Slow Pitch bat features an alloy barrel and therefore would not require a break in period. It is a top of the line model that will be very durable.
Is the Anderson RockeTech SP a one piece bat?
Yes. The Anderson RockeTech SP: KRKTSP Slow Pitch is a one-piece bat with a multi-wall barrel design.
How well does the new ASA .52 COR, 300 COMP ball come off the barrel?
The Anderson RockeTech SP: KRKTSP Slow Pitch bat features the new ASA stamp and is designed to hit the new .52 COR softballs. With the introduction of lower compression softballs, ASA has increased the allowable performance of the new bats. This bat will perform well when hitting the .52 COR softballs.
Is this bat all aluminum or does it have a composite inner core? League says bat must be all aluminum.
The Anderson RockeTech SP: KRKTSP Slow Pitch is all aluminum. It does not have a composite core.
Description says this is a multi-wall bat. Is this a dual wall design? Because my league allows a dual walled bat.
The Anderson RockeTech SP: KRKTSP Slow Pitch is in fact a bat with multiple walls in the barrel of the bat.
What temperature can this bat be used in?
Due to this being an all Alloy bat, this bat can be used in a variety of temperatures. There is not a specific temperature this bat can be used in.
Endloaded or balanced?
The Anderson RockeTech SP: KRKTSP will have just a very slight end-loaded design.
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