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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: Epon AF-305
« Last post by freehb on January 18, 2019, 09:25:25 PM »
Wow...next thing u know, Edwin watts will carry them....
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Maybe I missed it...  why are you removing the adapter since youíve already removed the shaft?  Trying to change the face angle, lie or loft?
yup
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Maybe I missed it...  why are you removing the adapter since youíve already removed the shaft?  Trying to change the face angle, lie or loft?
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The Clubhouse Ho's Buy, Sell, Trade Center / Re: Ryoma sales
« Last post by stefbase on January 18, 2019, 04:38:37 PM »
New ryoma f3 sold ,

open to offers or trade for the others

- wood in 16 or 16,5

- putter : 370 g.   Face balanced. And full offset plumber neck
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Ok so update

Getting really pissed off with this Stupid Head.

Looks like itís going back to Japan!!

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I guess a good pair of grips would work too!!
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The point is that even if there is no threading (and its just grooves or ridges), you would still use a spiral flute extractor to remove the sleeve. Therefore, just in case, the extractor can be turned with the possible threading in mind.
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Isnít the sleeve supposed to rotate in the head (giving it your adjustments for lie, loft, face angle)? Then making it screwed in doesnít make sense because it will only be tight in one orientation. I think those ridges are additional surface areas for the epoxy bond. Thatís just my design engineering rationalization.
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Looking at the pics on the Roddio site, the pictures of their adaptor do seem to show some threading. However I would be sure that, whatever, it will be epoxied too.

In this case it would be best to heat from outside, and also through any access plate, and then use a spiral flute screw extractor to grip inside the sleeve and remove it (spiraling in the same direction needed to unscrew any possible threading). It shouldn't take that much heat as the epoxy will already be weakened from the heat applied during shaft removal.

Thanks
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Looking at the pics on the Roddio site, the pictures of their adaptor do seem to show some threading. However I would be sure that, whatever, it will be epoxied too.

In this case it would be best to heat from outside, and also through any access plate, and then use a spiral flute screw extractor to grip inside the sleeve and remove it (spiraling in the same direction needed to unscrew any possible threading). It shouldn't take that much heat as the epoxy will already be weakened from the heat applied during shaft removal.
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