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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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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: 2015-01-12

I have a graphite design AD-DI55 shaft, which extension should I use? looking for 1 1/12" - 2" extension. Is the extension adhesive different than the adhesive for the shaft/head application? Thank you.

Asked by: tiger168
The USGE would be the best choice, but will need to be sanded down to fit. The GSE is too small. the extension material is made to be sanded to fit, if necessary. Note: We do not recommend extending clubs more than 1 1/2", especially drivers. No problem on putters, but swinging clubs 1 1/2" would be the max.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-12-14

looking to extend some tour edge bazooka iron-woods not sure what the butt diameter for graphite

Asked by: charliepro
With graphite shafts it is always hard to say for sure. It could be a .600" butt diameter but the inside diameter measurement will vary depending on the weight of the shaft. The inside diameter will be smaller with heavier shafts and lighter with lighter weight shafts. If the shafts are in the low 70 gram weight range then the GSE http://www.golfworks.com/search.asp?ss=gse&x=0&y=0 should be the correct extension. If the shaft weight is in the low 60 gram weight range then the USGE should be the better choice. http://www.golfworks.com/search.asp?ss=usge&x=0&y=0
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-14

What type of adhesive is utilized in assembly?

Asked by: Shields
It is recommended to use The GolfWorks Extension Adhesive to install a graphite shaft extension. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_VB1009
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2014-09-16

Will these fit a 600 butt graphite shaft?

Asked by: Mrgolf
The GSE should fit most graphite shafts. Because there are so many variations in the inside diameter of the butt on graphite shafts, it may require some sanding to make it fit. In some cases you may have to put a piece of tape around the GSE to increase the diameter for those shafts that have a larger inside diamter.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-12-14
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