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Steel Shaft Butt Extensions

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Product Name Price Status Qty
.560 Butt Size Shaft Extension $2.59 In Stock
.580 Butt Size Shaft Extension $2.59 In Stock
.600 Butt Size Shaft Extension $2.59 In Stock
.620 Butt Size Shaft Extension $2.59 In Stock
Shaft Extension Adhesive - 30 ml. Syringe $6.99 In Stock

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Steel Shaft Butt Extensions
Use these steel shaft butt extensions to extend shafts and increase the length of clubs. The extensions are double length. When cut in two, each section has an end tapered to fit inside the shaft being extended.
 
Steel Shaft Butt Extensions is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet Add-On 4 Big Man.. Being a 6'3" guy with "monkey" arms. These cut to 1" extension brought my new/used irons to my old irons standard. No more slicing...sweet. Note one extension does 2 irons.
Date published: 2009-08-26
 

I need shaft extension and grip but i don't know if i need 580 or 600; which measures i must take...then, the epoxy glue need hot before application and it clean with petrol thank you good bye

Asked by: bianconileonardo
It is best to take this measurement using a pair of calipers and measure the outside diameter of the shaft right near the top end of the shaft. It it measures .600" then you would need the S60 extension. If it measures .580" then you would need the S58 extension. The epoxy does not need to be hot. You will need to sand the extension where it goes into the shaft and clean the inside walls of the shaft before installing the extension.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-16

I want to extend the shaft of a 45" long 1/2 Wak-E putter. Do you no the butt size.

Asked by: Kodi
Ping tells me this putter has a .625" butt diameter shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-14

I have a Ping Tru Roll Anser 5 putter and I'd like to add an extender to the shaft. Would you happen to know the butt size 56, 58, or 60?

Asked by: Footdockd
Ping tells me that this is a .600" butt diameter shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-07

I want to extend irons with Nippon 1180GH shafts. what butt size are these shafts. thanks,

Asked by: algo
I do not have specific information on the 1180GH but based off their other standard weight shafts I would expect it to be .600". I believe it was made for a specific club manufacture.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-07

How do I determine what size extension I need?

Asked by: Bogieman
Once you have your grips removed you will need to measure the butt end of your golf shaft or If you know the brand and model of your shaft you can call our customer service (800) 848-8358 and they should be able to identify the shaft butt size.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2014-12-07

will the epoxy I use to glue heads on shafts work for extensions as well as the max strength extension epoxy?

Asked by: Rivers
Most golf club specific epoxy will sufficiently hold extensions in place. The big risk with using standard shafting epoxy is that it is more brittle than the extension epoxy. A small build up of epoxy usually occurs inside the shaft when installing an extension. A build up of brittle epoxy can break loose and potentially cause a rattle in the shaft. The extension epoxy is somewhat flexible when cured and is not brittle which will help prevent the epoxy from breaking loose inside the shaft creating rattles. If you decide to use standard golf club epoxy be careful not to use too much. You just want to lightly "butter" the extension before inserting it into the golf shaft.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2014-11-23

it looks like the steel shaft extensions will do two clubs is this correct

Asked by: wayne
Yes, the steel extensions are two sided. You can extend 2 clubs with each extension.
Answered by: The GolfWorks
Date published: 2014-10-20