Universal Shim With Ferrule - .335"

Universal Shim With Ferrule - .335"


Universal Shim With Ferrule - .335"
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Universal Shim With Ferrule - .335"

Universal Plastic Shim with attached ferrule to install .335" shafts into a .350" hosel bore.

Universal Shim With Ferrule - .335" is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Couldn't have been easier Bought this ferrule/shim after purchasing a ping g10 4 wood head off eBay. Ad a old 3 wood with .335 shaft that I always liked, so figured I'd give this cheap solution a try. Couldn't be easier to use/install, just slip on with epoxy and you're done! Exactly what I needed and was looking for.
Date published: 2015-07-16
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what is easier/more effective to use, this plastic shim or the brass ones you carry ?  i.e. 335 to 350 driver hosel bore

Asked by: plus8
Personally I have used the Universal Plastic Shim in most cases. I find it easy to work with but it does generally require more finishing to get the ferrule outside diameter down to match the outside diameter of the hosel. When I use the Universal Plasitc Shim I will first put some epoxy inside the hosel and then insert the shim into the hosel then put epoxy on the shaft tip and carefully insert the shaft into the shim and clubhead. I find them to install best this way. I have also used the brass shims with very good success but I tend to like the all in one nature of the Plastic shim.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-02
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