The GolfWorks Brass Adaptor Shims

The GolfWorks Brass Adaptor Shims


15 (.335 - .350) - 5 pack
$3.99
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30 (370 - .400) - 5 pack
$3.99
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65 (.335 - .400) - 5 pack
$3.99
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T (.355 - .370) - 5 pack
$3.99
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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 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Work for me I buy and use the shims in cases where a sleeve is not log enough to properly support the shaft to the bottom of the bore. What can I say, they are shims. I haven't had a problem with quality or dimensions.
Date published: 2016-06-20
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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Do you have a shim for a .335 parallel tip shaft going into a .355 tapered hosel? I could also bore out the hosel to .370 if you have a shim that will go from .335 to .370.

Asked by: Phil
No we do not have a shim for a .335" shaft into a .355" taper hosel bore. Keep in mind the .355" taper tip hosel bore is .355" at the very bottom and tapers out to approximately .370" where the shaft exits the top of the hosel. You would have to create a shim and it would possibly have to be 2 pieces. If you rebore to .370" the SHIM30 will work to shim the .335" shaft into the .370" hosel bore. I have done this before and it fit fine and worked well.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-16

I have a Bettinardi BB50 long putter that I am trying to reshaft into standard length (thanks, R&A).  The tip diameter is .390" and I'm trying to install a UST shaft with a .370" tip diameter.  Do you have a shim that would take the .370 tip to .390?

Asked by: RHaynes
Possibly the SHIM15 would work. You need a .020" size shim which we do not have. Another option would be to use part of the sleeve from an SADI Bushing Ferrule Adaptor. These are sized for a .400" hosel bore but being plastic they can be carefully sanded down to fit a .390" hosel bore and the iron sleeve inside diameter is sized for a .370" tip diameter shaft. http://www.golfworks.com/bushing-ferrule-adaptors/p/SADW/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-09

Can I put a .350 tip into a .335 Head ? Is this possible? Do you do an adaptor 

Asked by: Errol
You cannot put a .350 tip shaft into a .335 head. It is simply too large for the hosel of the head. What shaft and club are you working on?
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2016-05-06

What  shim do i use to fix a grafalloy attack lite L flex shaft in to a exotics xcg driver head 12°

Asked by: snofla
We do not sell the Grafalloy Attack Lite shaft, but it's tip diameter is most likely .335. We do not know the hosel diameter of the Exotics product you list, but it should be either .335 (in which case you would not need a shim) or .350. If it is .350, you would need the SHIM-15.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2016-04-15

If I use a BUSHING SLEEVE WITH FERRULE when reshafting, do I need to put any epoxy on the shaft before I slide the sleeve on it or is the epoxy that I put on before I fit it into the hosel sufficient to hold the head? Will the head fly off if I don't?

Asked by: RASPAT
If I am assembling with a Bushing Ferrule Adaptor such as the LE9002 or BB9018 I will first put epoxy into the hosel, then slide in the Bushing Ferrule and then put epoxy on the tip of the shaft and install the shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-04

Will these fit a 335 wood shaft into a 350 size? Or would your 350 bushing adapter do a better job? (.350 Bushing Hosel Ferrules)

Asked by: jae
Either method can work well for shimming a .335" tip diameter shaft into a .350" hosel bore. I have personally used both methods. The SHIM 15 would be the size you need for the .335" into the .350". http://www.golfworks.com/the-golfworks-brass-adaptor-shims/p/SHIM/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-21

Are there shims that could work for installing a .350" tip shaft into a .355" taper bore?

Asked by: String
No shims specifically for .350 into a .355. You are only looking at a .005" of an inch difference, so if if it is a little loose, you can use shafting beads (GW0043) or Quik Center (QCSB) to fill the extremely small .005" variance.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2016-03-18

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
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