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Thread: CF 9 Feedback

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    I can talk softball all day julray's Avatar
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    I've read some online reviews, but just curious of any your daughters have experience with the CF9 balanced (31/21). My daughter had the 31/20 CF8 last year and we found it to be very hot, just not durable.

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    I believe the -11 bats are hotter because they are made with thinner walls to save weight possibly? My DD has used the -11 and it was hotter than her -10 cf9. Could be hotter because it's lighter. Who knows really. I can tell you she loves her cf9 and we have had no problems with it. She hit the new cfx last night and didn't like it. She said it vibrates when you hit it.

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    DD has a CF9 -10 and a CF8....she said her CF8 has more pop than her CF9

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    My daughter had a CF9 31/20 that she busted in a month. We replaced it with a 30/20 and no issues since and still quite hot. When she grows out of the 30/20 CF9, we'll be replacing it with a 31/21 CF9.

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    I was afraid that the CF8 would be hotter than the CF9. Daughter just broke her CF8... and of course there is none left in stock at the sports store, only CF9.

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    I've personally seen no difference between the CF8s and the CF9s.

    Both are great bats with large sweet spots.

    Dave

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    Just picked up the CF9 31/21, daughter hit a couple of the tee and soft toss, absolutely loved it. Said it felt more balanced and lighter swing weight than the 31/20 CF8... go figure. She said it felt very smooth and like the ball was flying off the bat. Thanks to everybody for responding.

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    my dd has a cf9 -11 and it developed a rattle inside in a few weeks. it was replaced and its been fine so far. she loves the bat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iddave View Post
    I've personally seen no difference between the CF8s and the CF9s.

    Both are great bats with large sweet spots.

    Dave
    From what I have seen, pretty much agree that both are hot bats.

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    We have both cf8 and cf9 -10. Daughter hits farther with cf9 no doubt. We have had a cf5, cf6, cf8, and cf9 and have never had any durability issues.

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