It is much easier to manage and negotiate pressure if the shaft is stationary. Started by klein1dg , Nov 15 Now go to that magic Scotchbrite wheel and slowly and carefully take the bore thru shaft down flush with the sole plate. All times are GMT A good extractor allows you to exert modest but constant pressure while heating the club, so you feel the epoxy bond let go and can immediately remove the heat source while safely pushing the head off the shaft.
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This is exactly how Cally doe’s it Consult a professional before attempting to do the job yourself. Several functions may not work. To correct it, I will probably just cut the ferrule off and get a 2 piece ferrule to replace it. You’ll also find many other uses for it in your clubmaking as time goes by.
The Classroom: How To Reshaft Golf Clubs – Page 2
I guess even if you just make the surface a touch rougher it would serve the same purpose as a raw surface. Get a Scotchbrite EXL finishing wheel for your bench grinder. When you remove the tape, the residue will easily clean up with naphtha or other solvent. Put a little quick set epoxy on the shaft, install the ferrule and then insert the shaft in the head until hhow sticks out of the sole to rim off properly.
When the shaft is flush to the sole you will find that you’ve hit the duct tape in several spots good, it did it’s job! That is a very well done, straight forward video.
At this point you still want a snug fit, so just take off enough paint to get the shaft through reshafft head. He wipes off the hosel in the video, but in person, I’m not even sure any epoxy leaked out. Shape Created with Sketch. It works fine just doesn’t look normal. If you are trying to save the reshafh then use some heat shield liberally on the club especially on the seams, then use a low heat heat gun and alot of patience.
Started by klein1dgNov 15 If you do not care about the head and only looking to salavge the shaft then that’s fine. The following instructions are applicable to any Big Callawayy model and are particularly suited to those with Warbird sole plates. Use a hosel cleaning brush or file though the inside hosel area and finish up by running a paper towel with acetone through the head to clean out any residue.
How to Reshaft a Callaway Big Bertha Driver
It is much easier to manage and negotiate pressure if the shaft is stationary. Expert editorial reviews, breaking golf tour and industry news, what to play, how to play and where to play.
I have had some come out fairly easily but i have also had some that took 45 minutes to an hour. If the fit is good you really don’t need much epoxy, if the fit is a bit loose deshaft should be using shafting beads to help with this.
Now go to that magic Scotchbrite wheel and slowly and carefully take the bore thru shaft down flush with the sole plate. Use the heating gun to to dispense heat evenly at the base of the shaft where it enters the club head and the portion of the shaft seen at the sole.
The reshafting of Callaway wood heads with any of the new higher-performance graphite shafts should not be a daunting process. A good extractor allows you to exert modest but constant pressure while heating the club, so you feel the epoxy bond let go and can immediately remove the heat source while safely pushing the head off the shaft. In step one, I insert the shaft plug and set the ferrule.
If the customer goes for it, the shorty ferrule is the better choice. This provides an extra cushion around the shaft. Next lightly roughen the shaft tip.
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In my CS bag: Keep the club moving back and forth across the face of the wheel so as not to gouge the shaft in one place.