Aldila Rip Beta 6 Graphite Wood Shafts

Aldila Rip Beta 6 Graphite Wood Shafts


6 R Flex 46" - .335 tip (62g) 3B2M
$159.99
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6 S Flex 46" - .335 tip (64g) 4B2M
$159.99
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6 X Flex 46" - .335 tip (66g) 5B2M
$159.99
In Stock
Pureing 
1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

Aldila Rip Beta 6 Graphite Wood Shafts

The RIP Beta is a mid-launch version of the original lowlaunch, stiff-tipped RIP Alpha that has been tested and proven across the PGA Tour. It also is made with Aldila’s patent-pending RIP Technology™ (Reverse Interlaminar Placement) which features lower torque, increased tip stability and better tip stiffness control

  • The RIP Beta has a slightly softer tip flex for mid launch
  • Features Aldila's patent-pending RIP Technology (Reverse Interlaminar Placement) which features lower torque, increased tip stability and better tip stiffness control.
  • Trimming Instructions

    ALDILA Shaft Specifications

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I am presently playing the rip alpha [r] flex , will the alpha [b]] in the same flex, produce the similar shot dispersion, since it has a higher torque factor.

Asked by: rod
Our shaft profile data does not show much difference between these 2 shafts. The torque on the Beta is slightly higher but not what would be considered high. Higher torque can make the shaft feel more flexible but the difference is so minor here I do not think that would be an issue. Shot dispersion should be similar. The Beta is a mid bend point medium tip stiffness shaft designed to produce a mid ball flight and the Alpha is a mid/high bend point firm tip designed to produce a low/mid trajectory ball flight. The trajectory should be the biggest difference.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-02

Hi do you guys fit shafts I have a RBZ driver head and would like to fit a stiff shaft in it for my son size 45 inch. Thanks Craig Mckenzie.

Asked by: Macca
We do fit and assemble shafts. If you would call our customer service department, they could get all the information we need to be sure you get the proper shaft. 1-800-848-8358.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-10-27
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