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Step 1: Removing the Top
Using a band or hand saw, remove approximately 2 inches from the top of the bat
Step 2: Hollowing Out the Bat
Use a drill with the desired size, drill down through the the center of the bat as far as needed
Step 3: Applying "cork"
Fill the hole with as many bouncy balls or golf balls that fit to provide maximum rebound ability
Step 4: Recovering
Apply a large amount of strong wood glue to hold the top into place
Step 5: Leveling the Edges
Using a file, level the edge of the top to the bat, removing any access glue
Step 6: Finishing Touches
After letting the glue dry, add a thick layer of a desired color and clear coat for long lasting protection
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