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The GolfWorks Brass Adaptor Shims

The GolfWorks Brass Adaptor Shims

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Product Name Price Status Qty
15 (.335 - .350) - 5 pack $3.99 In Stock
30 (370 - .400) - 5 pack $3.99 In Stock
65 (.335 - .400) - 5 pack $3.99 In Stock
T (.355 - .370) - 5 pack $3.99 In Stock
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The GolfWorks Brass Adaptor Shims

These shims are the perfect answer to your shaft installation headaches. Easy to use, they center the shaft in the bore perfectly and create a maximum bond between the shaft and the hosel. Each pack comes with 5 shims.

The GolfWorks Brass Adaptor Shims is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brass Shim For Orlimar 420 I used the brass shim to replace the shaft on an Orlimar Hip Ti 420. I had to use two shims as the hosel was .370. It worked great. the driver feels solid when hit.
Date published: 2015-08-17
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I have some wood shaft .335 that I want to put in a putter .370 can brass adapter shims be used for this

Asked by: buckeye doug
You would have to use the SHIM30 and it still may not work that well. Might still be a little loose. With putter bore depths being shorter that makes this a little different. One thing I would try is using a small section of a .370" parallel tip shaft as a shim and then install the .335" wood shaft. I think it will work.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-22

Do I use shaft beads together with shims?

Asked by: NMYR
You can use shaft beads with shims, but it is not necessary. It depends on how loose the fit is. If the fit is still a little loose even with the shim, yo could use shaft beads. If the fit is good with just the shim, beads should not be necessary.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-09-17

I have a set of vintage McGregor MT irons with aluminum shafts (O.D. 0.430") ?that need to be replaced. ?Steel shafts are available in .355" & .370". ?What shims can I use? ?Thanks, John

Asked by: JohnR2
I remember MacGregor aluminum shafted irons with a .390" tip diameter shaft but never saw any at .430". We do not have a shim that would take you from .370" to .430". Our SADW shim is designed to size a .370" shaft diameter into a .400" hosel bore size and that is the largest size shim for an iron that we have. The SHIM65 is sized to use a .335" tip size wood shaft into a .400" hosel bore size. If used with a .370" iron shaft it would be to thick. You are going to have to get creative with a shim for these irons.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-09-09

BRASS SHIMS What is the difference between Product Code Shim 15 and Product Code T? ?I would imagine both are .015 in size, is that correct?

Asked by: Insidetheleather
The SHIM 15 is for shimming .335" tip diameter wood shafts into .350" hosel bores. The SHIM T is for shimming .355" taper tip iron shafts into .370" hosel bores. .355" taper tip iron shafts will only be .355" at the very tip end of the shaft and taper out to be approximately .370" where the shaft exits the top of the hosel so the SHIM T is a little shorter then the SHIM 15 because the taper tip shaft will be centered at the top of the hosel because of it's increased diameter.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-08-17

Is it recommended to use brass shims on a graphite wood shaft?

Asked by: ScottRico
The Brass Shims can be used on graphite shafts without any problems.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-08-11

I need a shim for a 335 shaft tip to fit a 370 hosel. Do you have this size shim?

Asked by: Sanddog
The SHIM 30 will work for shimming the .335" into the .370" hosel bore.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-17

I'm also looking for a solution for installing a .335 shaft in a .370 hosel. The previous answer to use the Shim 30 looks odd to me. The description of that shim does not show that it handles a .335 shaft. Shouldn't the right answer be a Shim 65?

Asked by: MarkM
The SHIM30 is the correct answer here. If you have a .335" shaft and add .030" (SHIM30) to .335" you get .365" into a .370". If you add .065" (SHIM65) to .335" you get .400" which will not go into .370". I have assembled .335" shafts into .370" hosel bores using the SHIM30 and it worked well.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-02

Which shim for a .355 shaft into a 370 head

Asked by: DonT
You want to order the SHIM T.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-04-21
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