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Pressurized Golf Grip Remover



Pressurized Golf Grip Remover

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Product Name Price Status Qty
GS6 - Pressurized Grip Remover $64.99 In Stock
GSP - Grip Shooter Pump (Metal) $29.99 In Stock
GSPP - Grip Shooter Pump (Plastic) $29.99 In Stock
GSRK - Grip Remover Repair Kit $6.99 In Stock
HOSE - Replacement Extension Hose $14.99 In Stock
NECV - Grip Needle Cover $1.55 In Stock
Grip Shooter Needles (5 pack) $13.99 In Stock

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Pressurized Golf Grip Remover

Now you can remove a grip, add build-up tape to correctly size it, and then reinstall keeping the grip in perfect playing condition! Ideal for a repair shop or clubmaker. This durable pump holds lots of solvent. Convenient cap for needles minimizes breakage. Six 18-gauge needles and extension hose are included. Please Note: Our Economy Grip Solvent works best with this tool. DO NOT USE perchlorethylene as it dissolves neoprene seals. To prevent damage to seals, store liquid in another container.

Replacement Parts:

  • #GSP - Grip Shooter Pump (Metal) - $29.99
  • #GSPP - Grip Shooter Pump (Plastic) - $29.99
  • #GSRK - Grip Remover Pepair Kit - $6.99
  • #HOSE - Replacement Extension Hose - $14.99
  • #NECV - Grip Needle Cover - $1.55
  • #IGSN5 - Needles (5 pack) - $13.99
  • Repair Service (Please Call) - $19.99
  • Please Note: Replacement Grip Shooter needles are no longer available for sale as a single item. They are now sold in a less expensive package of 5.


     
    Pressurized Golf Grip Remover is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great - Wednesday, June 25, 2008 Failure Reviewed By: Danny (Australia, Queensland) When I purchased this remover, it had a metal base on the buy page. When it arrived it was a plastic base. I had to modify the spring and ballbearing to allow it to work, and yes both the hose and needles failed or broke or caused solvent to leak when pumping the trigger. It wasnt worth it to return it from Australia as it would have been cheaper to buy another one. I now use it without the hose extension, have refitted more appropriate O rings for sealing and also gasket tape to maitina pressure and stop the leaks { you actually bougt the plastic one there are 4 diff. types good luck
    Date published: 2011-03-16
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Failure When I purchased this remover, it had a metal base on the buy page. When it arrived it was a plastic base. I had to modify the spring and ballbearing to allow it to work, and yes both the hose and needles failed or broke or caused solvent to leak when pumping the trigger. It wasnt worth it to return it from Australia as it would have been cheaper to buy another one. I now use it without the hose extension, have refitted more appropriate O rings for sealing and also gasket tape to maitina pressure and stop the leaks
    Date published: 2008-08-08
     

    concerning pressurized golf grip remover. Can I purchase the plastic container for the pressurized golf grip remover mine was damaged.

    Asked by: ggdurand
    You can purchase the plastic container (GS6CP). The price is $15.00.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2014-09-04

    Can the plastic bottle be purchased by itself.Mine was damaged.

    Asked by: ggdurand
    You can purchase a plastic sqeeze bottle seperately (code# SQ27) for $.99.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2014-08-29

    Is it harmful to the grip shooter to use gasoline in it? If not is naptha acceptable?

    Asked by: Dave
    It is not harmful to use gasoline or Naptha in the grip shooter. It is harmful to leave either one of these solvents in the canister while not being used. The gasoline and Naptha will destroy the seals in the gun. Just separate the gun from the canister after use and you should be ok.
    Answered by: The GolfWorks
    Date published: 2014-08-29