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Rubber Tungsten Tip Weights



Rubber Tungsten Tip Weights

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Product Name Price Status Qty
Rubber Tungsten Tip Weight - 8 gram $2.99 In Stock
Rubber Tungsten Tip Weight - 10 gram $2.99 In Stock

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Rubber Tungsten Tip Weights

Flexible rubber tungsten tip weights are ideal for safely adding large amounts of weight to graphite shaft tips. Slotted design allows air to escape during assembly eliminating any chance of built up air pressure causing the shaft to withdraw from the hosel. Available in both 8 and 10 grams.


 
Rubber Tungsten Tip Weights is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great These are perfect in adding a lot of weight in a graphite shaft. They do stick out past the hosel but because they're flexible,I never had a problem with shaft breakage. Just make sure to only put a dab of epoxy at the base of the stem near the head and not coat the entire stem. Built about 25 clubs with these, no issues. They can also be easily cut with a knife to adjust the weight which is another huge plus in fine tuning the swing weight.
Date published: 2013-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A better product These are way better than the tungsten weights designed to do the same job. Unlike the tungsten tip weights, the slot for escaping air is pre-cut, and the rubber mixed in the material won't break. Tungsten sometimes breaks, letting the narrow portion rattle up and down the shaft.
Date published: 2013-03-20
 

do the weights slide into the shaft or do they sit on the bottom of the shaft

Asked by: eam23
The Tunsten Tip Weights are inserted inside the shaft tip prior to assembly. The head of the tip weight extends about 1/8" past the tip end of the shaft acting as a stopper and keeps the weight from completely sliding up into the shaft tip.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2014-10-23

Will these work with taper tip shafts? Standard lead tip weights will not...

Asked by: burnerjp