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KBS C-Taper Lite .355" Steel Iron Shafts

KBS C-Taper Lite .355" Steel Iron Shafts

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Product Name Price Status Qty
R Flex 41.0" (2i) - .355" Tip (105g) 3B2H - $40.95 Backordered
R Flex 40.5" (3i) - .355" Tip (105g) 3B2H - $40.95 In Stock
R Flex 40.0" (4i) - .355" Tip (105g) 3B2H - $40.95 In Stock
R Flex 39.5" (5i) - .355" Tip (105g) 3B2H - $40.95 In Stock
R Flex 39.0" (6i) - .355" Tip (105g) 3B2H - $40.95 In Stock
R Flex 38.5" (7i) - .355" Tip (105g) 3B2H - $40.95 In Stock
R Flex 38.0" (8i) - .355" Tip (105g) 3B2H - $40.95 In Stock
R Flex 37.5" (9i, PW) - .355" Tip (105g) 3B2H - $40.95 In Stock
S Flex 41.0" (2i) - .355" Tip (110g) 4B1H - $40.95 In Stock
S Flex 40.5" (3i) - .355" Tip (110g) 4B1H - $40.95 In Stock
S Flex 40.0" (4i) - .355" Tip (110g) 4B1H - $40.95 In Stock
S Flex 39.5" (5i) - .355" Tip (110g) 4B1H - $40.95 In Stock
S Flex 39.0" (6i) - .355" Tip (110g) 4B1H - $40.95 In Stock
S Flex 38.5" (7i) - .355" Tip (110g) 4B1H - $40.95 In Stock
S Flex 38.0" (8i) - .355" Tip (110g) 4B1H - $40.95 In Stock
S Flex 37.5" (9i, PW) - .355" Tip (110g) 4B1H - $40.95 In Stock
X Flex 41.0" (2i) - .355" Tip (115g) 5B1H - $40.95 In Stock
X Flex 40.5" (3i) - .355" Tip (115g) 5B1H - $40.95 In Stock
X Flex 40.0" (4i) - .355" Tip (115g) 5B1H - $40.95 In Stock
X Flex 39.5" (5i) - .355" Tip (115g) 5B1H - $40.95 In Stock
X Flex 39.0" (6i) - .355" Tip (115g) 5B1H - $40.95 In Stock
X Flex 38.5" (7i) - .355" Tip (115g) 5B1H - $40.95 In Stock
X Flex 38.0" (8i) - .355" Tip (115g) 5B1H - $40.95 In Stock
X Flex 37.5" (9i, PW) - .355" Tip (115g) 5B1H - $40.95 In Stock
Shaft Service - Add. Cost
Please specify hosel depth, playing length and club head type in the "Notes" at Checkout

Pureing 1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming $4.95
Tip Prepping $2.95
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KBS C-Taper Lite .355" Steel Iron Shafts

The C-TAPER LITE iron shaft incorporates proven KBS performance benefits piercing trajectory and smooth feel in a lighter weight design. The firm tip and stiff butt sections produce a mid-high trajectory and controlled spin. Featuring a constant taper design and proportionate wall thickness, the C-TAPER LITE maximizes energy transfer for maximum distance. As a result, an average of 5 yards increased distance was seen during robot testing. The C-TAPER LITE come with the signature KBS brushed satin finish.

  • Spin Control
  • Mid-High Flight
  • .355" Taper Tip
  • 5+ Yards Added Distance

Trimming Instructions

KBS Tour C-Taper Lite Shaft Specs

KBS C-Taper Lite .355" Steel Iron Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like adding a turbo I never thought I could improve on OEM, especially Titleist. But I popped the DGS-300 out and added KBS C-Taper Lites and watch my short irons increase in length but even better was the higher ball flight. I thought I had easier load and release with my long irons, so I am giving these shafts a table pounding BUY. (single digit in the off season)
Date published: 2015-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shafts The S+ shaft is the best I've ever played. My mishits are better and I can easily flight the ball to any trajectory. I've played many different shafts and the S+ C Taper is the best.
Date published: 2015-07-21
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What shaft would I need to replace my KBS S+ IN the Cobra Amp Forged Irons. I think these are 2012 Models? Thanks .335 or .370 Thanks

Asked by: Vols
Cobra Golf shows they use the .355 taper tip in the Cobra Amp Forged irons.
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2016-01-22

I'm using x100 dynamic shafts now to switch to kbs what shaft should I be looking for?

Asked by: court
The KBS C-Taper would be your lowest launch and spin option. For a slightly higher launch look at the Tour or Tour V models.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2015-07-04

Are these shafts available as a frequency matched and pured set?

Asked by: Diceman
The shafts can be Pured. The manufacturer does not indicate the shafts are "frequency matched", but if installed properly, into heads that progress in weight properly, and cut properly in 1/2 inch increments from the butt end for length, the set will have a frequency consistent slope. Pureing is something we can do to the raw shaft to insure consistent shaft oreintation at the time of assembly, thus yielding more consistent shaft performance.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-01-27

Will these shafts fit Mizuno 800pro irons?

Asked by: theo
Yes these will fit. The Mizuno JPX800 pro irons use a .355" taper tip shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-05

Hi! I'm looking to shaft a TaylorMade SLDR 7-iron but the tip diameter and replacement shaft/MPF code are not listed on your guide. Can you please advise? Thank you!

Asked by: JDR2682
We have not yet measured the specifications of the SLDR irons. As the chart indicates, the shafts are C-Taper 90 shafts. You can buy the replacement .355" shaft and simply shim the shaft if the SLDR hosel diameter is .370".
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2014-10-08

I want to put this in a set of wedges, 50*, 55*, 60*. ?Do I order the 37.5" (9i, PW) shaft and but trim to length?

Asked by: Grant
Yes, that is correct. You will need to purchase 3 of the (9i/PW) length shafts and butt trim to your finished playing length.
Answered by: Mike Comer
Date published: 2015-03-14
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