The GolfWorks Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus - Beaded Epoxy

The GolfWorks Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus - Beaded Epoxy


Max Strength Tour Set Plus Beaded Epoxy 50ml
$11.99
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The GolfWorks Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus - Beaded Epoxy

Our best selling epoxy, Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus, with epoxy shafting beads inserted directly into the epoxy mix. The Maximum Strength tour Set Plus Beaded Epoxy is recommended when the shaft to hosel fit is loose. The added beads keep the shaft centered in the hosel and actually create a cushion at impact. The GolfWorks Epoxy Cartridge Gun (ESG2) equipped with a 2:1 plunger (VB1004) is required for proper dispensing.

The GolfWorks Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus - Beaded Epoxy is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good stuff, back in business I've had a chance now to play a few rounds with my reshafted Ping 9 iron. I left it cure overnight for 12 hours and it seems strong and solid. Club hits like new again. Directions suggest some kind of applicator gun but carefully mixed what looked like an equal amount of both sides and mixed very thoroughly and results set up well.
Date published: 2016-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Problem preventer Useful for clubmaking where loose fits may threaten the bond of standard epoxy.
Date published: 2015-07-05
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What is the texture difference between the beaded epoxy and the standard epoxy that isn't beaded? I've worked with glass beads before but never tried epoxy that's already beaded. Thanks! 

Asked by: DGgolf
It is probably what you would expect. The beaded has a little more texture. The purpose of the beads is to provide more texture and fill voids that may be present between the hosel and shaft.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2016-04-27

What is the curing time before playing when you apply the epoxy...vb1014...

Asked by: johnny1968
The tube says it has a usable cure time of 4 hours at 77 degrees.  But, the temperature is very critical.  I glue some things at night in the garage in the low or mid 60s and a couple hours later the epoxy is still just sticky on my cardboard and I won't even move the clubs for a couple hours.  I can put a fingernail mark in it the next morning about 10 hours later.  And by about 24 hours it won't take a fingernail mark.   So I would not plan on using it within a few hours unless you are in warm 75+ temperatures and see it dry on the cardboard.  I would allow at least a half day of drying time, personally.   It is a good strong epoxy but I do find I need to add a little more glass beads to it for added thickness but that's optional.
Answered by: guido
Date published: 2016-03-20
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