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Re: Club Repair Tools/Guide 6 years 7 months ago #77918

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I would like to be doing this myself. But I would love to have the room to be able to do it myself.
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Re: Club Repair Tools/Guide 6 years 7 months ago #77920

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I have changed my own grips multiple times, just decided it was easier to pay a place $1 a club intead of buy tape n solvent and put in time
Driver: Callaway X2Hot
FW Wood: Taylormade SLDR Mini Driver
Hybrid: Callaway X2Hot Pro 18*
Irons: Cobra Bio Cell + 3-GW
Wedges: Cleveland RTX 2.0 60*
Putter: Bettinardi QB6
Ball: Srixon Z-Star
Grips: Black Widow - Tour Silk II
Cleats: Softspikes Cyclone
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Re: Club Repair Tools/Guide 6 years 7 months ago #78553

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So come to find out, my great neighbor has a shop upstairs in his house for repairing etc. I mean full on. So I had him fix my ferrules on a few clubs while we chatted about me wanting to learn how (he was going out of town otherwise I would have done it). He said he's more than happy to show me how to do things and let me use his equipment anytime.

On that note, when reshafting a driver, can you just swap them back and forth etc? I'm considering going to get fit for a shaft and figured I'd research shafts in that zone and find them cheap to try.
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Club Repair Tools/Guide 5 years 1 month ago #100713

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Just recently ordered and received everything needed to start re-shafting my own clubs rather than continuing to pay someone to do it for me. Total start-up was about $200. The most expensive piece of equipment I had to purchase was a hydraulic shaft puller which I understand is a must when pulling graphite shafts so you don't break down the fibers by twisting the shaft by hand to try to pull it out after heating the epoxy. Other items I ordered included a heat gun, tools to clean out hosels, ferrules, epoxy, etc. Have been gripping my own clubs for years so already have all the stuff for that.
Driver: Ben Hogan GS53
Fairway Woods: Ben Hogan GS53 3W & 5W
Irons: Ben Hogan PTx Pro 4 - P
Wedges: Hogan Equalizer 50*, 54*, 58*
Putter: Ben Hogan BHB03
Ball: Bridgestone B330-RX or Tour B RX
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