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Collared Golf Club Ferrules

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Product Name Price Status Qty
BB0002 - Wood .335 - 1/4" length (Dozen) $3.99 In Stock
BB0003 - Wood .350 - 1/4" length (Dozen) $3.99 In Stock
BB0005 - Wood .335 - 1/2" length (Dozen) $3.99 In Stock
BB0007 - Wood .350 - 1/2" length (Dozen) $3.99 In Stock
BB0006 -Wood .335 - 1/2" length (Dozen) $3.99 In Stock
BB0004 - Iron .370 - 1/4" length (Dozen) $3.99 In Stock
BB0008 - Iron .370 - 1/2" length (Dozen) $3.99 In Stock
BB0001 - Iron .370 - 3/4" length (Dozen) $3.99 In Stock
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Collared Golf Club Ferrules

Collared Ferrules are designed specifically for use with graphite golf shafts. The ferrule collar fits into the club head's hosel to cushion the contact point between the shaft and hosel.

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335 to 350 adapters ferrules for a taylor made head w/350 hosel

Asked by: Jerry Reed
Taylor Made actually had their own adaptors for some of their different models, such as the one I have linked here. I would think the BB0001 should fit or could be made to fit. I just do not know for sure.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-15

Which ferrule would fit a Callaway X2 Hot 6 hybrid? The shaft tip appears to have an outside diameter of .370.

Asked by: Haro
Either the BB0001 or BB0008 should work for this hybrid. It does use a .370" tip size shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-11

Need ferrules for Callaway xhot irons with iron shafts changing to graphite. Shaft tips are .370 but .370 ferrules are too small. ?Either sand down tips or get larger ferrule??

Asked by: Ed Scott
The replacement ferrule for the X Hot irons is listed as BB9050 but any .370" ferrule could work. You will need to sand the tips of the graphite shafts before installing them. Epoxy bonds to a clean abraded surface. Ferrules fit tight on the shafts. If they fit loose they will come loose and slide up and down the shaft. We use installation tools such as The GW0123 to help install the ferrules on the shaft. I like to first put a thin layer of epoxy on the tip of the shaft before installing the ferrule during club assembly. The epoxy will act as a lubricant to make installing the ferrule easier.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-04

What is the difference btw BB005 & BB007 BB0005 - Wood .335 - 1/2" length (Dozen) BB0006 - Wood .335 - 1/2" length (Dozen)

Asked by: Mo Ozark
The differences are in the outside diameter and inside diameters. The lengths are the same at 1/2" . Copy and paste this link, then scroll to the bottom of the page to see the table of specs on each.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2015-04-06

Best ferrule for Vokey wedges?

Asked by: PT123
Vokey wedges have a .355" hosel diameter. I would suggest using the 66TI ferrule.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-03-18

I need ferrules for E 7 taylormade irons with 370 tip. Do you have them.

Asked by: Huey
If you are referring to R7 irons, or any TM iron that is .370", we have a variety of ferrules that will work. We do not carry the exact original ferrule, but have multiple options. Most common sold are .500" standard black ferrule (60PI).
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-02-23

what is the outside dia. and what is the height without the collar BB0001

Asked by: woody
The diameter of BB0001 at the base above the collar is at .540". Measuring the ferrule with out the collar, the height is at .750".
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2014-12-30

Will these work with a Callaway X2Hot 3 deep fairway wood ?

Asked by: Jay bird
Unfortunately, I don't have the actual specs of the X2 Hot fairway wood hosel. It is a .335" hosel diameter. The collared ferrules do work on almost all .335 wood heads. If you want to be safe, any .335" wood ferrule without a collar will work. You just want to be certain to fill the void left from the ferrule collar completely with shafting epoxy.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2014-12-14
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