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Tapered Spiral Fluted Reamer for .355" Tapered Hosels



Tapered Spiral Fluted Reamer for .355" Tapered Hosels

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Tapered Spiral Fluted Reamer for .355" Tapered Hosels

This spiral fluted reamer is machined to exact tolerances to clean debris and even metal from a tapered tip iron hosel. There is no longer a need to step drill tapered .355" hosels saving time and assuring that the hosel has been reamed to the exact inside diameter.The extremely sharp tapered reamer is best used with the HD Chucking Handle (GW0118) using simple hand pressure and does not require a drill or drill press.

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I have a set of .355 irons that I would like to ream out to .370. The reason I need to do this is that as an 82 year old senior I need to go from the 'Reg' shaft that I presently have to a Senior shaft. Will these reamers do the job? Thanks

Asked by: DaleS
You can ream out the heads and give yourself more options, but there are a couple of .355 A flex shaft options. AeroTech makes the SteelFiber 70cw in an A flex (AT0020i) and Nippon makes has the Zelos steel in .355 in an R2 flex, which is like an A flex. If you decide to ream out the hosels, we recommend using a reaming and boring vise with a drill press of some kind. this is the only way to insure a truly square bore. REaing with a hand drill can be done, but it is less precise. The reamers are more for cleaning out than boring our. If you are going to bore out, you would need to stpe drill, starting with a "T" size bit, then moving to a "U". This will get you to .368. You could then use the .370 reamer, or could move to a 3/8" bit size to get the hosel to a .375", which is OK for use with .370 tip shafts.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-07-08
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