Step 4 Prepare your epoxy and line the interior walls of the hosel with it use plenty of glue and put a small amount on the tip of the shaft. I have been wanting to reshaft some of my clubs. What are you Reading Right Now? Originally Posted by 9-Iron Man. Posted March 8,
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Want to join this community? Share this post Link to post Share redhaft other sites. Originally Posted by Hawk. It’s not a difficult process if you are careful. While much of golf etiquette serves a practical purpose, there are some dicta that are unnecessary obfuscations.
Not knowing anything about swingweight adjustment at the time, the set that I assembled was drastically lighter and lower swingweight than the factory set-up. Posted 07 November – This makes no sense whatsoever. Posted March 8, Originally Posted by Mardin.
Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. You probably don’t have the right tools to do everything properly, so I would recommend: 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.
Need some tips on reshafting my own irons – Clubs, Grips, Shafts, Fitting – The Sand Trap .com
That’s what I kind of thought, but wanted to ask anyways. My advice is to find a cheap set of irons and some cheap shaft pulls to practice on before you do it for yourself the first time. Down my toe line. Will your grips be the correct size when you are done? Once the club sets and the epoxy cures, give it a look and make sure no additional glue can be found.
We are going to do a more detailed review session to assist coming up soon.
Is it easy to reshaft iron set by myself?
In other words, depending on the shafts that you use, the swingweight and overall weight of the clubs can change dramatically from the factory standard specs.
I have a set of Mizuno MX irons. 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.
I recommend scuffing up the inside of the ferrule. I personally have never lost whatever degree of respect I had for a fellow golfer if his hat remained on his head while he shook my hand. It looks like the 6 iron will come You would benefits from a belt sander to hhow the chrome abrading from the shaft tips before installing and a ferrule installing tool to install ferrules if your clubs have ferrules. Rehaft Peck 27 years old.
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