Lead Shaft Tip Weights

Lead Shaft Tip Weights


2 Gram - Steel Wood .335" Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
$1.99
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4 Gram - Steel Wood .335" Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
$1.99
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6 Gram - Steel Wood .335" Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
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8 Gram - Steel Wood .335" Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
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10 Gram - Steel Wood .335" Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
$1.99
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2 Gram - Steel Iron .370" Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
$1.99
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4 Gram - Steel Iron .370" Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
$1.99
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6 Gram - Steel Iron .370" Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
$1.99
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8 Gram - Steel Iron .370" Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
$1.99
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10 Gram - Steel Iron .370" Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
$1.99
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2 Gram - Graphite Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
$1.89
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4 Gram - Graphite Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
$1.89
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6 Gram - Graphite Shaft Tip Weights (6 pack)
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Lead Shaft Tip Weights

Lead Shaft Tip Weights are epoxied into the shaft tip during assembly to achieve you desired swingweight. Available for steel .335" wood, steel .370" iron and most graphite shafts these shaft tip weights fit a maximum .285 inside diameter for steel wood shafts, .312 inside diameter for steel iron shafts and .148 diameter for both iron and wood graphite shafts. Sold in packages of 6 weights each.
Lead Shaft Tip Weights is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from PX Shafts I asked if the lead weights for irons would fit in tapered tip shafts or only .370 parallel. Customer service said either so I bought a pack of each weight. I PX95 pulls that had been drilled out and brand new PX 5.5's the weights were too faat and had to be hammered into the shaft peeling off lead all around. I would not recommend these for taper tip shafts -ONLY-parallel.
Date published: 2013-12-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from STEEL IRON ONES DO NOT FIT 0.355 TAPERED TIP IRONS The description of this auction is lacking. I assumed that since there was a separate listing for 0.370 lead iron tip weights that these must be the ones for 0.355 tapered tips. This is not correct. These steel iron tip weights will not fit. You will need brass tip weights specifically for 0.355 tips.
Date published: 2015-12-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from sizing The catalog needs to list steel iron shaft sizing for these items. ie) for .370 or .355 shafts.
Date published: 2013-12-12
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Hi, How much shipping to Australia for two packs of 10g steel wood weights? Thanks

Asked by: John
For shipping cost you would need to contact our International Trade Accounts Manager Donna Ours at dours@golfworks.com and she will help you with prices and shipping costs.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-29

I have Mizuno MP-33. They have 355 taper tips. Will any of these weights work?

Asked by: Paul
For the .355" taper tip shafts you need to use the .335" weights for woods. They work well.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-29

Where cai I find weights for a TaylorMade R1 Driver?

Asked by: Dave
Not sure that you will find those today. We no longer have weights available for the R1 driver. Taylor Made might by your only option and they might not even have them.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-11

What weight would you use for a .370 graphite shaft in a hybrid.

Asked by: TMO
You would use the GW0107, which come in 2, 4, & 6 grams. They are the last 3 listed at this link. http://www.golfworks.ca/lead-shaft-tip-weights/p/GW0105/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-11

Would you alter the shaft trim specs (less) since these weights would lengthen the tip section? Would they be ok in short hosel irons (old Callaway). Thanks

Asked by: dah1dj
With the tip weights you would tip trim more because of the head on the weight, not less. You would tip trim the amount of the head on the weight you are using. Keep in mind the butt end of the shaft is the stiffest end. If you use a tip weight and it adds length to the club it would cause you to cut more from the butt end of the shaft, which is the stiffest end. So to maintain the shafts stiffness you would tip trim the amount of the head on the weight you are using. Non of these weights are going to change shaft stiffness drastically but technically it will change.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-05

10/29/15 I am interested in your LEAD TIP WEIGHTS, but, see no reference in your listings of Lead weights? My intent is to use them to adjust the "Head Weight" of "Wood Head" clubs having wooden shafts. (Hickories) and not have to use lead tape.

Asked by: Ole Olson
With wooden woods we used lead weight to adjust the clubhead weight and would put the lead right into the head itself. We use lead pots for melting the lead and pouring it into the head in liquid form and let it cool and solidify. At one time when wooden woods were still popular we sold lead ingots that could be melted for this purpose. We no longer sell the ingots. You would use the lead tip weight for this purpose depending on how much weight you need to add. We also have some heavier weights that are used to add a counter balance at the grip end of the club that could be used for this purpose as well. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=CWC http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_CW40 We do not stock anything with lead weights that is specifically made for what you are doing so you will have to get a little creative.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-02

Hello, when adding a tip weight, how much weight should be factored for the epoxy? For example, if I need 10 grams, should I use an 8 gram weight and figure the epoxy will be 2 grams...Thanks, Jack

Asked by: JT27
If you are using just enough epoxy to coat the inside of the hosel and outside of the shaft tip it will add very little weight. Almost not measureable. With the tip weights I will usually just drag the tip of the weight through some epoxy so that when the weight goes inside the shaft the epoxy will coat the outside walls of the weight and inside walls of the shaft. With the graphite tip weights I make sure to get epoxy on the stem to fill any space between the outside of the stem to the inside diameter of the shaft tip. If not the stem could break loose and slide up and down inside the shaft. If I need 10 grams I will add 10 grams. However the head of the weight, especially with the graphite weights, will add length which will add swingweight and you may have to adjust for the added length. The added length could be more of a factor then the epoxy. With steel shafts the head of the weight adds approximately 1/16", maybe a half a swingweight. With graphite shafts the 2 and 4 gram weights will add 1/8", about 1 swingweight and the 6 gram will add 1/4" or about 2 swingweights.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-05

Hi, will the graphite tip weights fit a .355 taper graphite shaft? Thanks

Asked by: Luckycharms1810
Yes the graphite tip weights should fit most graphite shaft tips however, not all graphite shaft tip internal diameters are the same so it is possible that they would need to be sanded slightly. The stems of the lead tip weights for graphite have an O.D. of approximately .115". Please note that it is not a good idea to install lead tip weights into .355" shaft tips. These are tapered shafts that need to be inserted all the way to the bottom of the iron bore to fit correctly. The graphite shaft tips extend the shaft approximately 1/8" which will make your .355" shafts fit very loose in the hosel. The best method for weighting irons with a .355 hosel diameter is to use tungsten powder and a cork down the shaft or lead tape on the back of the iron head.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-09-16
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