I went to Golfsmith. A vice, ferrules, epoxy, grip tape, solvent all you need. Can’t imagine putting them back on would be difficult. I thought it would be too difficult as well, but pulled my VRs components off my PXi’s to sell the shafts. I usually talk to them and gauge their experience before I let them touch my clubs before I started working on them myself.
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Your intial investment on the supplies needed, will cost a few bucks I have done it multiple times it is not that hard you can always try on a older club give it a test run and see how it works for you if you don’t feel comfortable take it to a shop.
How much Does it cost to reshaft – WRX Club Techs – GolfWRX
Heat gun, knife, wire brush? I’d guess big box stores are a bit more. I’ve forgotten my password. I’m a Police Officer.
How much Does it cost to reshaft Started by njspenceMay 16 But that’s just me. Register a new account.
Cost of reshafting AP2’s
If you’re careful, you can save the ferrules. The popup will be closed in 10 seconds What am I paying for? Posted 17 May – So much cheaper if you do juch yourself and irons are pretty easy to do. Yeah, wearing hats indoors bothers me much more than not taking it off to shake. You are currently viewing the forum as a guest which does not s 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.
This is what I need done; Pull the heads off of the shafts Clean them if needed Re-instal shafts into new heads I don’t need new shafts, nor grips. This thread juch days old.
I have a heat gun and the other tools needed, I just have never done it before? I thought you had to buy new ferrules anyway you did it? By iacasJanuary 2, in Golf Talk.
The way I’ve seen it done is; you heat the ferrule lightly until it bubbles a little, cut it, then pull the shaft. This is what swingweight adjusts, plain and simple. Swingweight with the same split grip on each club then install the playing grip. If you are matching swingweight by using grips of different weights, you are defeating the purpose of swingweight adjustment – which is for fine tuning shaft flex by adding weight to the head, not for meeting an arbitrary SW number.
It’s still in pretty good shape, and I want to get it reshafted so I could give it to a buddy of mine who is always bitching about his crappy wedge. Want to join this community?
Just a basic swap.
What tools do you need? Brian Peck 27 years old. I always shake and take off my hat and never wear a hat indoors.
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