Bigwave you have been a huge help and many thanks Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free. Had it done at my local club maker. Ethan Global Moderator Dec 17, Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: You’ll want to rotate it around and go in and out a few times, to smear the glue all over the tip. I use a propane torch and a welder’s glove.

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Just stumbled across their website as you posted I’ve had them since new, they are in excellent condition and are probably the nicest looking irons I have seen for a long time. I have had iron hosels turn red and still not have the epoxy break down.

Just started golfing in July of this year with some old ping eye 2 irons. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. It was worth it to me as I love me iron heads and have no intention of changing them. Dremel tool with cut-off wheel 2-part epoxy sandpaper q-tips acetone vice read on shaft puller read on leather gloves electric heat gun new ferrule the heat will most likely ruin the old resshaft Make sure the shaft you want to put in matches the shaft you’re replacing.

Soap and water will get it off. Register a new account. A handheld drill, a vice, and an 8. Please log in to reply. Hats in churches are taboo for men, but not women.


The graphite gets soft, and if you try to twist the head, you’ll have a very high probability of the shaft breaking inside the hosel. This adjustment is as important or more important than the shaft. I already had a heat gun, but added a butane torch from the local hardware, which is also where I got epoxy. Or, you can pay someoneelse to do it — price dependent on materials and labor.

I would highly recommend this guy, he is I guess around miles from you but if you wanted to get in touch his name is Tony west, Club Crafters at Horton Park Golf Club in Epsom. Just call Ping on Monday. I think it depends if you are happy with budget grips and shafts or if you want something a bit nicer.

Redo the old or just buy new? – Clubs, Grips, Shafts, Fitting – The Sand Trap .com

Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Back when I was in the business, it was easy tto tell a factory set of Pings from a shade-tree set just by the epoxy. Not if I do it. Share This Page Tweet. Fall colors pre peak. Joined Feb 11, Messages 13, Location Modsville. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Again, can be done.


How much to re-shaft irons?

I know at the time he was doing making up all the custom fit irons for Bridgestone so im pretty sure he is highly thought of and a nice guy. We are one of the oldest and largest Golf forums on the internet with golfers from around the world sharing tips, photos and planning golf outings. SiberianDVMJun 21, Another reason to get properly for by a professional when buying golf clubs…If you aren’t proficient at club repair, odds are you can do some damage removing the old shafts, as you need heat to break the epoxy in the club head….

I’ve forgotten my password. You can do it yourself, but you need to know how it is done.

I use a Dremel to do that, but most anything will work. You might get a couple hundred bucks for them.

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