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Graphite Shaft Extensions

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Product Name Price Status Qty
GSE - Graphite Shaft Extender .600 $1.99 In Stock
USGE - Ultralite Graphite Shaft Extender .600 $1.99 In Stock
Shaft Extension Adhesive - 30 ml. Syringe $6.99 In Stock
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Graphite Shaft Extensions

The GolfWorks offers graphite extensions for standard or ultralite shafts. These 3" extensions are made of injection-molded graphite for strength and durability. Choose the extender that fits your shaft. Can be sanded to fit most graphite shafts.

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what is the diameter of the shaft extension insert. I need a 0.45 inch diameter

Asked by: eldwarrob
The post or insert on this GSE shaft extension measures .480" and it is the smallest size that we have.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-19

I want to add 1/2" to set of mizuno jpx ez irons, which have fujikura orochi graphite shafts. what do you recommend(I need to do this myself) for this. Also our golf pro said he couldn't get grips off.The're -golf pride m-31. What do I need to do this.

Asked by: DonD
From looking at the shaft specifications on Mizuno's web site which extension you need will probably depend on which shaft flex you have. You can see the butt diameter's listed at this link. If you have the A or R flex you will probably need the USGE extension because of the larger butt diameters at .610" or .615". We do not have measurements for the inside diameter for Mizuno's graphite shafts to know for sure but my educated guess tells me the USGE should be what you will need. Mizuno's stock grips are usually Golf Pride and in looking at the picture of the M-31 it looks like the Golf Pride Tour Velvet. For the larger butt diameter shaft they would likely use the .600" core size and they use round grips.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-15

Want to extend by 1/2" Taylormade Burner 2.0 irons. Which shaft extender do you recommend?

Asked by: cdb007
Based on the weight of the stock graphite shaft Taylor Made used in the Burner 2.0 I would think the GSE extension would work. We do not have any inside measurements from the Taylor Made shafts to know for sure which extension would fit best.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-11

what butt size are KURO KAGE A flex iron size? ?need extensions.

Asked by: JOE MAN
I got a chance to check this fit and the GSE fits this shaft very well.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-04-16

Will these extensions fit into an aerotech 95 stiff iron shaft? I want to add 1/2 inch to my irons. ??

Asked by: GaryE
The GSE extension is recommended for graphite shafts in your weight range.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2015-04-15

Will this work on steel shafts

Asked by: Victor
It is recommended that steel extensions be used for steel. The composite extensions can be used on steel putter shafts, but are not recommended for use with steel iron or wood shafts.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-09

What is the best graphite extender for a 65 gram weight .580 shaft. And could I use the steel extenders as well.

Asked by: Curt
First, you can not use steel extensions in graphite. The inside diameter of the shaft your extending is the key, so without knowing that measurement, it is difficult to say which graphite shaft extension would be the best fit, the GSE, or the UGSE. The GW1047 is a universal extension that might be a good choice since the exact dimension is not known. Or, you could get both the GSE and the UGSE just to have options.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-01-26

I shortened my sons clubs to his height. He's out grown them and would like to extend them back to std. length which would be two inches. But I noticed you don't recommend lengthening clubs more that an inch and a half. What suggestions can you give me?

Asked by: JoeM
For adding 2" to the club we would always first suggest reshafting over using extenders. Longer shaft extensions, such as 2", create more of a leverage point under the hands that could be a little more likely to break. From a liability stand point we feel more comfortable with the reshaft over the longer extension.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-04-13
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