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Putter Talk, The Workshop, and Golf Accessories / Re: How Do You Turn A Ferrule?
« Last post by db2 on September 17, 2018, 09:14:55 PM »
Yes, plastic polish works well.  I've never tried grip solvent but it would be interesting to try and compare to plastic polish.

With regard to belt sanders, I'm only looking at the 1"x42", and not the 1"x30".

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Putter Talk, The Workshop, and Golf Accessories / Re: How Do You Turn A Ferrule?
« Last post by Robbiez on September 17, 2018, 08:54:30 PM »
If possible get one with a longer arm, they make small versions that are cramped when you are trying to turn a ferrule with a driver head....also make sure to tape the head before attempting, accidents do happen......Sandpaper of a super fine grit like 220-500 will work well if you use a steady motion, and the trick with acetone is you need to oil it after so it stays shiny, some people use plastic polish but I prefer to use grip solvent.
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Putter Talk, The Workshop, and Golf Accessories / How Do You Turn A Ferrule?
« Last post by db2 on September 17, 2018, 05:41:13 PM »
I've been using sandpaper and acetone to turn ferrules.  I can't say that I'm happy with the results.  They're okay but inferior to ferrules turned with a belt sander.  Thus, I'm considering getting a belt sander with a ferrule turning arm.  Anyone have any methods working for them or suggestions on what to look for in a belt sander for ferrule-turning?
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: Grandista RS-D !!!
« Last post by Nolixul on September 17, 2018, 10:01:07 AM »
Yeah I often use a two driver set up but for a different reason. One low loft (7.5-8.5 degrees) and the other high (generally 12 degrees). Both with X or XX shafts.

There are a few courses I play that have several severe dogleg holes. You can cut the corners if you can launch very high (tall trees with dense forest) and also carry 270+. I can't get the distance with a fairway wood, but the high lofted driver is money. It works out a much safer play than trying to curve drivers or fws around the dogleg as the degree of bend required to is too great. On a couple of holes it even works out a safer play than trying to tap irons or hybrids in between fairway bunkers protecting the apex of the dogleg.
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The Clubhouse Ho's Buy, Sell, Trade Center / epon af tour 4 iron head (new)
« Last post by magpies on September 17, 2018, 09:39:50 AM »
Selling a head only epon af tour 4 iron head. Brand new.

Asking for $100 USD shipped gifted.

Interested buyer pm me.
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The Clubhouse Ho's Buy, Sell, Trade Center / Re: Kyoei MB heads (4-Pw)
« Last post by magpies on September 17, 2018, 09:37:20 AM »
id swap em for a set ifn u cant find love, nit got kyoeis right now

only trade interest is if you have the latest Epon AF TOUR MB 2. Have everything else that i want.

Thatís a conservative 7/10. pretty!

Thank you. But there is some scratches and nicks.
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: Grandista RS-D !!!
« Last post by db2 on September 17, 2018, 08:38:18 AM »
Why not?  Especially if you have two drivers that you like that have tendencies that are repeatable but different (and complementary): i.e. high/low; fade/draw.
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The Clubhouse Ho's Buy, Sell, Trade Center / Re: Kyoei MB heads (4-Pw)
« Last post by bngolfer on September 17, 2018, 06:54:34 AM »
Thatís a conservative 7/10. pretty!
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The Clubhouse Ho's Buy, Sell, Trade Center / Re: Shafts...
« Last post by bngolfer on September 17, 2018, 06:53:15 AM »
Hey,

Iím interested in the Loop and perhaps a 3-wood shaft.

Trade baits include:

Steelfiber Playerís Spec S - 5-p

Oban Kiyoshi O4 purple UT

GD Tour AD UT-95x

3 new/uncut NS Pro 850s wedge shafts in limited smoke color

The things in my ads on here.

LMK!

Thanks,
BjŲrn
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Japanese Golf Gear / Re: Grandista RS-D !!!
« Last post by wmclarenf1 on September 17, 2018, 05:39:41 AM »
Good grief... it just occurred to me that I should start carrying 2 drivers as you described as I've played 13 clubs for the longest time.
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