Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. I said simple, but you’ll need to do some research to find them. Then compare the performance to your current set. You need a ruler to measure overall length and if doing parallel tip to cut the tips. GolfWRX – the world’s largest and best online golf community. So that’s the question:

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Here is the link again. It is not hard to cut and paste a set together. Don’t overdue the heat. Good pics JB, after seeing a club being completely built while at the Kingdom, I am tempted to begin getting into the reshafting of my own clubs too.

THP TV went right to the experts at UST Mamiya to have them show a step by step guide to reshafting a driver, and these instructions can be used to reshaft any golf club. GolfWRX – the world’s largest and best online golf community. Whats in my Recoil Stand Bag Driver: You need a ruler to measure overall length and if doing parallel tip to cut the tips. Perhaps find a cheap set of used irons tp reshaft those as a first time project.

If you have an air compressor, recommend you consider blowing the grips on instead of using grip tape and solvent. Make sure reshatt don’t cut in to the shaft or create a flat spot by scraping too much. Most of the variability in weight these days is in the heads rather than today’s frequency matched shafts. I am assuming you are doing steel removals.

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How To Re-Shaft Your Steel Golf Clubs – Ralph Maltby

That’s what I kind of thought, but wanted to ask anyways. Originally Posted by stevie-a. You are using a theme designed for your browser. West Texas Ebay ID: Repeat this step for the club head as well. If the head does not loosen, repeat the heating process in 15 second increments until the head can be removed. So, I want to save a money to DIY. Link seems to be screwed up in my previous post.

It’s great to learn to do club work on your own. You currently have javascript disabled. Once the club sets and the epoxy cures, give it a look and make sure no additional glue can be found. That shaft puller is super slick too! This video is gonna be a lot of help going forward. Reeshaft of the nice things about replacing a driver shaft reshat that there is generally no tip trimming involved.

How To Re-Shaft Your Steel Golf Clubs

Any suggestions on a shaft based on this data? I never previously put some epoxy on the tip before putting the ferrule on.


Pull it off with the head? The simple thing to do is to get some that are exactly the size of your hosel. You are currently viewing the forum as a guest which does not give you access to all the great features at GolfWRX such as viewing all the images, interacting with members, access to all forums and eligiblility to win free giveaways.

Replacing your old shaft can be a relatively painless process for you or your local repair shop.

Reshafting Irons – Step By Step Guide I have needed to reshaft my wedges for quite some time due to some loose epoxy in one of the heads, so as I started to get ready to do it, I decided to take a few photos. After warming the ferrule, cut the ferrule off of the shaft using a Hyde Knife.

That too is easy once you have some experience. I’ve been wondering a lot of the same questions myself and have watch similar videos on reshafting reshft and though that it seems simple as well.