Is there foam on Custom bats

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Pranshu Aggarwal

Pranshu Aggarwal Asked 5 years ago

Hello sir

If I have a pre-assembled bat it has a really good blade and I want to change it to a custom bat. Can I do it? And if it's possible , will I have to remove just rubber or the foam also and does custom bats have foam between the blade and rubber or just we need to stick the thick rubber of the bat?

Thankyou


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 5 years ago

Hi Pranshu,

Yes you can do that.  If the blade is good then changing rubbers is a possibility.

The rubber and sponge should come off together.  Then you buy  rubber and put it on.


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Pranshu Aggarwal

Pranshu Aggarwal Posted 5 years ago

Is every rubber universally of the same size? And will it exactly fit?

And also , are custom rubbers already very thick that they doesn't need foam?


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 5 years ago

The rubbers come in a larger square.  Then you cut it to the size of your racket.  Take a look at this lesson. Replacing Your Rubber.

They also come with the sponge already attached.


Pranshu Aggarwal

Pranshu Aggarwal Posted 5 years ago

If the rubber comes alone then it is thick and when rubber comes with foam attached the rubber is not so thick due to the addition of foam.Is it so? and if it is, which one is preferable , long-lasting and better for play?


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 5 years ago

The rubber stays the same thickness.  The sponge is important to learn strokes.  You must get it with sponge.


Pranshu Aggarwal

Pranshu Aggarwal Posted 5 years ago

The it must must be double the thick from just the rubber one

 


Pranshu Aggarwal

Pranshu Aggarwal Posted 5 years ago

will I be able to play my shots fully with the foam one as I think it would have over power ,over speed and very less control


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 5 years ago

You should be able to get used to it.



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