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 Post subject: Removing an adapter off a shaft
PostPosted: July 17th, 2011, 7:34 am 
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I want to remove an adapter on a shaft that I use for a R11. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


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 Post subject: Re: Removing an adapter off a shaft
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NOT sure this can be done doc : not always but a lot of the adapters are made from plastic so it would melt it, I would say cut the shaft off then drill out TOUGH JOB **** FOR 29.00 GET A NEW ONE :bill:

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 Post subject: Re: Removing an adapter off a shaft
PostPosted: July 17th, 2011, 7:54 pm 
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NOT sure this can be done doc : not always but a lot of the adapters are made from plastic so it would melt it, I would say cut the shaft off then drill out TOUGH JOB **** FOR 29.00 GET A NEW ONE :bill:


If I did that, I would be tipping the shaft another 1/2" - correct? I was hoping to save the shaft.


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DrGreen wrote:
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NOT sure this can be done doc : not always but a lot of the adapters are made from plastic so it would melt it, I would say cut the shaft off then drill out TOUGH JOB **** FOR 29.00 GET A NEW ONE :bill:


If I did that, I would be tipping the shaft another 1/2" - correct? YES I was hoping to save the shaft.


THAT'S one of the problem's with this OEM BULL SHIT THEY SELL! ? HOW MANY GOLFERS KNOW HOW TO ADJUST A DRIVER HEAD 2* HOOK 2* OPEN FLAT LIE UPRIGHT LIE WHAT CROCK OF SHIT, IF THEY CAN'T HIT STANDARD STRAIGHT HOW ARE THEY GOING TO HIT ANYTHING ELSE STRAIGHT; THEY GOT YOUR MONEY DOC NOW THEY WANT MORE OF IT :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Removing an adapter off a shaft
PostPosted: July 17th, 2011, 11:15 pm 
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DrGreen wrote:
I want to remove an adapter on a shaft that I use for a R11. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


Doc, Ask Landon ( LBlack...) someone else posted a question about the TM adapters and he told them to let him know if they needed tips on getting them pulled... he's done a bunch of them.


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Typhoon wrote:
DrGreen wrote:
I want to remove an adapter on a shaft that I use for a R11. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


Doc, Ask Landon ( LBlack...) someone else posted a question about the TM adapters and he told them to let him know if they needed tips on getting them pulled... he's done a bunch of them.


Thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: Removing an adapter off a shaft
PostPosted: July 18th, 2011, 7:32 am 
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Doc,

I've pulled a few Taylormade TP adaptors without any issues just low heat and put it in my GS shaft extractor.

No issues at all

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hotbaws wrote:
Doc,

I've pulled a few Taylormade TP adaptors without any issues just low heat and put it in my GS shaft extractor.

No issues at all

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Thanks

Where are you buying your adapters?


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 Post subject: Re: Removing an adapter off a shaft
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Doc,

I'd try Billybobsgolf.com and Golfworks. The ones they have are the most up to date with hte 2 degree offset ( whatever THAT is). Once I sell some stuff here I plan on grabbing 4-5 adapters too.


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I'd try Billybobsgolf.com and Golfworks. The ones they have are the most up to date with hte 2 degree offset ( whatever THAT is). Once I sell some stuff here I plan on grabbing 4-5 adapters too.


I have found bill/bob's to be the best he has 3 models standard * 2* & 3* :???: I don't get it ether hope this crap is gone soon :bill:

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