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The GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy Packets

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The GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy Packets

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The GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy Packets

High strength epoxy in a convenient 3 job size pack just enough to shaft three clubs. Each packet has A and B parts ready for mixing and mixing sticks.

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 -  Friday, February 01, 2013
Sticky Situation
Reviewed By: Nicky Litherland (Oxnard, California)
What a great product. So easy to use and installed my new driver shaft in minutes, no mess and no fuss, highly recommend ;)

 -  Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Simple to use and strong!
Reviewed By: Charlie (Detroit, MI)
I followed online instructions and mixed the epoxy onto a piece cardboard using one of the popsicle sticks. I shaved down one end of the popsicle stick so that it fits into the hosel. I then roll the shaft tip with the epoxy. Once installed, I waited 24 hours and the epoxy was solid. I noticed that after 6-8 hours, the epoxy on the cardboard had hardened but was still soft enough to poke. After 24 hours I confirmed the epoxy on the cardboard was solid as a rock.

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