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Lead Counterweights for Steel Shafts

Lead Counterweights for Steel Shafts

Product Name Price Status Qty
Lead Counterweights - Cap - $0.29 In Stock
Lead Counterweights - 8 grams - $0.99 In Stock
Lead Counterweights - 12 grams - $1.09 In Stock
Lead Counterweights - 16 grams - $1.19 In Stock
Lead Counterweights - 20 grams - $1.29 In Stock
Lead Counterweights - 24 grams - $1.39 In Stock
Lead Counterweights - 28 grams - $1.49 Backordered
Lead Putter Counterweight - 40 grams $1.99 In Stock
Lead Putter Counterweight - 60 grams $2.99 In Stock
Lead Putter Counterweight - 80 grams $3.99 In Stock

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Lead Counterweights for Steel Shafts

These handy lead counterweights are the perfect tool for counterbalancing over length or heavy golf clubs to achieve uniform swing weights. Counterbalance weights are available in 8, 12, 16, 20, 24 and 28 gram weight options for steel golf shafts. A plastic cap is also available to ensure exact club lengths when not inserting counterweights into the entire set.

Lead Counterweights for Steel Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Price is definitely righteous. Easy to install. Do what they're supposed to. 'Nuff said.
Date published: 2014-07-30
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how do you determine what swing weights to install in each iron

Asked by: dukejk
You would need a swingweight scale to help you determine how much weight may need to be added to each iron. These weights are used either to create a specific swingweight that a player has been fit for or they are also used to balance the swingweight of a set of irons to each other. A good way to fit for swingweight is to use a face impact label to determine an impact position. If the impact position is not on center then weight can be added, lead tape works well for this initially. You would retest with a new impact label to see if the impact position improves or gets worse. Swingweights are generally initially fit to shaft flexes such as D1 for R flexes and D2 to D3 for S flexes. Beyond that it becomes more of a player preference.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-05

I'm cutting down my 43" Yes Callie belly putter. This has a heavier head because of being a belly putter. Would you and what would you recommend with regard to counter weighting bringing it down to 35.5 inches?

Asked by: Sweets
According to the Yes (Adams Golf) web site the Callie 43" Belly putter used a 400 gram head weight. 400 grams at 35.5" could have a heavy swingweight, depending on which grip you will be using. How much weight you use has a lot to do with personal feel but more then likely for a putter head weight like this the 80 gram weight would be my first choice.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-09-23

how much do they extend the club length by? probably not much maybe 1/8" or 1/4"?

Asked by: JeffGall
The CWC weights will add approximately 1/8" to the length.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-08-18

can these butt weights be added after grips have been installed trying to save existing grips if possible and trying to keep the expense down

Asked by: bradly
No these cannot be installed with the grip installed. These weights are installed before the grips are installed. The weights have a shoulder at the top edge to keep the weight that rests against the top edge of the shaft when installed.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-29

How do theses install.?

Asked by: tuck 1
You simply epoxy the desired weight into the butt end of the shaft. It is recommended you clean the inside of the shaft and abrade the surface of the weight slightly to insure a good bond. You can use The Golfworks epoxies to install. Recommended epoxy to use would be the Tour Set, Tour Set Plus or Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-05-02

How do you determine the proper weight to use in each club?

Asked by: Jim1946
If you are trying to achieve a particular swingweight then 4 grams at the butt end equals 1 swingweight lighter. So 8 grams would lighten the swingweight by 2 swingweights. If you are looking to add a counter balance to the club and not concerned about a particular swingweight then in all honesty you would have to be willing to do some experimenting to find out which weights work best for you if at all. If I were experimenting I would probably start in the 16 to 20 gram weight range.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-30

How are these installed? I am not a clubfitter but can I do this while changing my grips? Thanks.

Asked by: jaybeegolf
The counterweights are designed for steel shafts and can be installed before putting on new grips. To install, simply add a small amount of epoxy to the weight, and insert. You would need to wait until the epoxy sets before installing the grips.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-06-30

Are there counter balance weights for graphite driver shafts?

Asked by: snaphook
No we do not have these for graphite shafts. With all the different weight graphite shafts the inside diameters vary greatly making it difficult to size these. You would have to have many different sizes. We do have the Universal Counterbalancing System.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-02
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