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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
Industrial Grip Shooter Needle (Qty 1) $5.99 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 2.8 out of 5 by 5.
    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
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Suction from the source practically non existant! Recent purchase; I need to return for exchange. Apparently the ball bearing at the source of suction is not working as designed. I have cleaned it 3 times and still does not work. So it's of no use at this time.
    Date published: 2015-06-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must have in your workshop The best tool for removing and saving expensive grips which have been installed using double sided tape.
    Date published: 2015-05-12
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't work Have not been able to get it to pressurize so have not been able to use it.
    Date published: 2015-05-07
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    Hi, I need to know if I just want to purchase the top part (metal) exclude the bottle, how much will that be?

    Asked by: ZOEC
    If you can look at our online catalog, I beleive what you are looking for would be our GSP, which is $29.99. Go to the digital catalog online and look at page 120. You can see the parts that are available with pricing.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-05-28

    I need just the plastic bottle. my pump, hoses and needles are ok. I don't see just the bottle listed as a replacement part and am hoping that you have the option but just not listed. Thanks for the help!!!!!!

    Asked by: BigBen61
    Yes, we do have them. The order code is GS6CP. It does not come up on our web site so it might be best to call this order in at 1-800-848-8358.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2015-05-04

    Does the replacement hose come with the attachments on each end of the hose

    Asked by: Bobby05
    The brass fitting attachments come with the replacement hose. A needle does not come with the replacement hose.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-04-29

    I have a older pressurized grip remover brand idico. Lost spring and ball in the check valve. What comes in the GSRK grip remover repair kit?

    Asked by: bart 5
    The GSRK does not come with a spring and ball for the intake tube. The spring pictured is for the trigger. If you want to send your GS6 into our repair department they will completely overhaul the unit for around $20 including replacement parts.
    Answered by: Admin
    Date published: 2015-04-23

    Can you explain how this pressurized kit actually works??? Does one use the grip solvent first then this kit to "blow-off" the grip???

    Asked by: AllenG
    To use the GS6 grip remover uses pressure and a needle to inject grip solvent under the grip. The needle is inserted about 1" from the butt end of the grip. You simply squeeze the pump until solvent runs out of the mouth of the grip and then twist off the grip.
    Answered by: Admin
    Date published: 2015-04-23

    how successful is this grip remover tool when removing wynn two piece grips (wynn excel series ) ? I have tried using the v-groove grip remover with no success. the wrap top layer comes apart.

    Asked by: dick 111
    The Winn grips are difficult to remove. We have only had limited success using the GS6 when attempting to remove two piece Winn grips.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-03-31

    Does it comes in a complete set n ready to use?

    Asked by: Kaii
    The GS6 copmes with everything needed, except the the grip solvent. It is recommended you use The GolfWorks Grip solvent (SOMQT or SOMGL) with the GS6 Pressurized Grip Remover.
    Answered by: GW2002
    Date published: 2015-01-26

    What's included in the grip remover repair kit? I have taken mine apart and still can't figure out why it won't pump anything out. Checked out and all lines are clear. Ideas?

    Asked by: Redbadge
    The gun must be primed in order to work. To prime, place solvent into the grip shooter container, squeeze the trigger and hold. Carefully place your fingers over the holes on the needle and release the trigger. This will build up pressure in the tank (repeat if necessary). If the tank will not hold pressure and the hoses are clear, the repair kit is probably needed. The repair kit contains a new tank gasket, a spring and gun piston.
    Answered by: Admin
    Date published: 2014-09-29
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