Insert the shaft into the hosel of your replacement head and twist it to be sure the epoxy covers both. You will have a set of clubs that have been tailor-made for you and your game, and you will save hundreds of dollars in the process. Better make sure everything is the same size ie: Club building is fun, not that hard but why spend all that money on a pristine set of Nikes only to fudge it up. If you want to save money, just bring it to Clubmakers in your area. Just in case if any modification had been done to the hosel, caliper the pulled the shaft tip to make sure it’s a tapered tip.
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Luckily that part got cut off. Some basic tools are Heat Gun, Circular Saw 7 inchSome epoxy, a long Ruler about 2 meters and lastly a shaft Puller pretty expensive tool. Yeah, wearing hats indoors bothers me much more than not taking it off to shake.
DIY Iron Reshaft Issue
Then, reshafy a wire drill bit, ream out the insides of the hosels until they are rough. Replace club heads by heating the hosel, or the connection between the shaft and the club head, until the glue softens and the club head is easily removed. Also makes cleaning the excess epoxy easier.
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DIY Iron Reshaft?
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May 4, Last active: Just in case if any modification had been done to the hosel, caliper the pulled the shaft tip to make sure it’s a tapered tip. What would you need a 2meter ruler for?
Register for free today! Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. Remove the old tape with a putty knife as well as the remaining residue, first with grip solvent, then with warm soapy water.
Personally on irons I just used a torch because I’m impatient and I wasn’t trying to save ferrules. Because the grip solvent needs about 15 to 20 minutes to dry, you will have plenty of time to make final adjustments. Posted March 21, Irons are pretty easy, I’m guessing you are still sticking with the steel shafts so you don’t really need to worry about how much heat you use to pull them.
This definitely a possibility. You need a shaft puller if you want to ever use the shaft again. Bill Herrfeldt specializes in finance, sports and the needs of retiring people, and has been published in the national edition of “Erickson Tribune,” the “Washington Post” and the “Arizona Republic.
Is the new shaft came with some shock dampening device did you check the inside of the shaft before installing? Register a new account. Could that also have lead to the issue? How exaxtly can they feel less firmly seated? Checked and no weights in the shafts when pulled. Learning curve for irons? The new shaft is seated properly. Usually this will involve dry fitting everything together and taking the weight, then you add tip weights until you get the desired weight that you want.
For the inside of the hosel a drill bit will work, but I use a wire brush. I will say when i was initially installing them, there was definitely pressure build up when I would first put the head on the shaft, and I’d have to put extra force on the head to pop some of the air bubbles in the epoxy. Down my toe line.