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The GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy

The GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy

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Product Name Price Status Qty
50 ml. Cartridge, 1 Part A, 1 Part B $5.99 In Stock
8oz. EZ Pour, 1 Part A, 1 Part B $8.99 In Stock
16oz. EZ Pour, 1 Part A, 1 Part B $14.99 In Stock
32oz. EZ Pour, 1 Part A, 1 Part B $21.99 In Stock
64oz. EZ Pour, 1 Part A, 1 Part B $38.99 In Stock

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The GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy
This high-impact, high-strength epoxy is formulated for clubmakers. Creates a very strong bond. High shear strength for very high torque resistance. Available in 50 ml. cartridge as well as in squeeze bottles.
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 -  Tuesday, May 03, 2011
Not Just For Clubs
Reviewed By: Vaughn (San Diego, California)
Decided to try this epoxy because it was a great price and it is black. Easier to use than clear. I have used this epoxy on clubs and on several boat and car projects. With the 4 hour working time, I have plenty of time to set up several projects at one time. The product is easy to mix, easy to apply and when dry has just the perfect balance of strength and flexibility. The viscosity is just right to allow it to flow out to a smooth finish. Highly recommended for all projects requiring epoxy.

 -  Thursday, April 12, 2012
Reviewed By: Dean (Dallas, TX)
previously had used Golfsmith epoxy which was too viscose,ran, and created poor bonds. This epoxy is easy to work with when doing an entire set or just a single club. Not runny and provides a solid proven bond.

 -  Monday, November 21, 2011
Great epoxy product
Reviewed By: Paul Bernard (Chagrin Falls. , OH)
I made many sets of clubs, never had a head or iron come undone. I also use this for lots of other projects to glue together fiberglass and other substraights; works on everything. Also on metal pipes, aluminum, glass plexiglass it works well. I buying more to seal an old car frame from rusting, after sandblasting. also you can add West Epoxy cotton fillers to make it thicker to fill surface pock marks. Good golfing Paul

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