I’ve aligned all of my purchasing decisions around getting clubs that are above my skill level so that I can grow into them and they would force me to get better. If you don’t “want” to change your shafts for any reason, then you don’t really need to. Here’s the situation with that shaft as I understand it , because it came from a club with the FCT sleeve, it was likely tipped around 0. There’s two instances I can think of off the top of my head: This can get messy, so it is best to do this in a garage or over a throw-away protective covering.
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Do I need to add shafting beeds or sand to the epoxy mix? Get the 24 hour kind. Shims should only be used when fitting smaller diameter shafts into a larger hosel, not to make up for a shaft that has been “over sanded” and is now too small. Actually excited about this and will post pics when project is complete. This is a simple step that absolutely MUST be done.
Wouldn’t sand work just as good as shafting beads? Roughed up the existing paint and sanded out a couple large chips. Put your ferrule of choice onto the reshft about an inch from the tip.
I never really found a difference between the two. I do z on fixing my swing, so I am wondering, if a robot were hitting a golf ball and this the EXACT same x over and over what would be the lateral yardage differential between a draw weighted and neutral weighted club all other things being equal.
I’ve forgotten my password. Sign up for a new account in our community. A bit of math, meters would be near yards. A lot of the shafts that are stock are “Made For” shafts, which mean that the clubhead company got the shaft company to make a shaft just for their reehaft, and it is not the same as the aftermarket shaft. This thread is days old.
As with any statistic, there are the few outliers.
How to reshaft a Driver?
Two part glue is even stronger again. Not a single athletic move deshaft required. Allow the club to set for at least 24 hours before using. Wipe off all the escaped epoxy and carefully remove club from vise. I understand what you guys were getting at now and hopefully this will all work out.
How to Reshaft a Callaway Big Bertha Driver
The one thing you do need to check is whether the club has a standard or blind bore and prep the tip accordingly. The heads of quality drivers are going to all be good heads and what makes or breaks the driver for most people is the shaft.
Some say 3M epoxy is good, but not so easy to find.
If you’re slicing the heck out of a stiff shaft, test a few Regular shafts in a shop before getting this one re-shafted. Posted 10 August ershaft There’s no right or wrong answer, but if you find you’re losing swing speed, it might be a good idea to look into a lighter shaft.
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How to reshaft a Driver? – WRX Club Techs – GolfWRX
It just adds an unnecessary step to the process. How to Regrip a Golf Club.
I would not recommend the hardware store epoxy. Hendersnb mentioned a standard or blind bore, what is that? Now I am really confused. Justin Rose to Honma?? The argument is isolated to those who switched clubs.
To remove a graphite shaft, place the shaft in a graphite shaft extractor following the instructions that came with the tool.