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The GolfWorks Quick-Grip - Grip Installer



The GolfWorks Quick-Grip - Grip Installer

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Product Name Price Status Qty
The GolfWorks Quick-Grip $39.99 In Stock
Quick-Grip Vise Adaptor $12.99 ($9.99) In Stock
Replacement Clips $0.99 In Stock

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The GolfWorks Quick-Grip - Grip Installer
The GolfWorks Quick Grip is a must have tool for any custom golf club repair shop. Originally designed as a method to install rubber grips onto ultra light weight (65 grams and less) and expensive graphite shafts to prevent any chance of damaging the shaft due to over tightening of the shaft clamp, the GolfWorks Quick Grip soon became our favorite method for installing rubber grips onto all types of golf clubs. Quick and easy to use the Quick Grip keeps your hands free of grip solvent and produces identical grip lengths and grip sizes throughout the set. The Quick Grip can be bench mounted or used with the optional Quick Grip Vise Adaptor (GW1037).

  • Recommended grip installation method for installing grips onto ultra light weight shafts. Eliminates chance of shaft being damaged by over tightening in a clamp or vise.
  • Consistent grip sizes and installed grip lengths.
  • Durable enough for high volume shops.
  • Compact design doesn’t take up much bench space.
  • Solvent never touches your hands.
  • Can be mounted directly to work bench or used with optional vise mount attachment (GW1037)
  • Excess solvent flows through attached tube for disposal or re-use.
  • Best used with GolfWorks Aerosol Grip Solvent (NFGA)

*Note – The quick grip will not install wrapped two piece synthetic grips that are secured by tape.
 
The GolfWorks Quick-Grip - Grip Installer is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Be careful This works well for small butt end shafts. I have used it with no problem until I had to re-shaft with some of large diameter butt end shaft (True Temper GS75 in this case) The neck of the spreadable nozzle was too small and pretty much caught the end of the shaft. I wasn't paying attention and the shaft cut into the plastic nozzle, pretty much broke it. This is with a lot of solvent lubricating it too. Hopefully they will make replacements for large butt ends as well.
Date published: 2008-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Tool This tool is so easy to use. I can regrip any club without replacing the tape.Earlier replies indicated problems sliding the grip end of the clubs on, simply cut off 1 inch of tape, put over old tape at the butt end of the club, spray naptha inside the grip before fitting in the tool, spray the shaft tape with naptha and slide the shaft into the club. Please note the butt end of the club cannot have any untaped edges. This tool is well worth it's money.
Date published: 2013-04-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from caution I got this item last week, didnt have a chance to use it until today. I was regripping with the "Hero midsize grips" I attached the "quick grip" to my work bench, lubed the installer, put the grip into the holders and they broke off. Very disappointing! Was hoping this would speed up the process, also, you have to use a LOT or solvent to get the shaft to slide into the grip
Date published: 2011-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great First let me advise everyone to trim the nozzle finger ends on this station by ~1 inch. The first grip went on easy but it was extremely hard to remove the grip and club from the nozzle fingers. I had to use so much force that it bent the device base a little. After I trmmined the nozzle fingers back 1 inch I have regripped 20 clubs so easily I wonder why I did not buy this sooner.
Date published: 2010-10-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works Well w Caveat I have gripped a number of clubs with this tool now, and I have a good idea about how it works. With quality grips, the tool works great. You don't need to use LOTS of solvent and the club goes in easy and straight. However, I gripped a spare set with really cheap grips and it was less effective. The cheap grips bend in the plastic clamps when you try to push in the club. The tool is still helpful (makes things cleaner etc.) but you have to finish pulling the grip onto the shaft without the tool. I didn't trim the tool down an inch because I didn't have any problems, but I can see how that could be helpful. To get the club out of the tool, I simply lowered the head once the shaft was completely into the grip, and then pushed forward . . . it slides right out. I tried to use it to put a jumbo grip on a putter (not one of the supersoft kind of course), and I broke one of the clips. However, mine came with a couple of extra clips so it wasn
Date published: 2013-01-03
 
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