Bore Through Shaft Pins

Bore Through Shaft Pins


25 Pack for Graphite
$4.99
In Stock
25 Pack for Steel
$4.99
In Stock

Bore Through Shaft Pins

Using epoxy, these graphite pins are inserted into the end of the shaft and sanded smooth to conform to the sole of the head. This method is efficient and will result in a factory finished look. The Black tip pins come 25 to a package. Now with a nail type head for easier installation.

Bore Through Shaft Pins is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Easy to use; Poorly constructed These shaft pins are easy to use and work well; however, they have bubbles along their centerline that become pits in the finished club. I noticed the pits after I finished sanding and polishing the Callaway irons (angled through bore) I reshafted. The pits were also the first thing my friends noticed when inspecting my clubs. There seems to be a flaw in the manufacturing process, however, the pits do not appear to affect play, just the cosmetics of the club.
Date published: 2007-12-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Easy to use; Poorly constructed These shaft pins are easy to use and work well; however, they have bubbles along their centerline that become pits in the finished club. I noticed the pits after I finished sanding and polishing the Callaway irons (angled through bore) I reshafted. The pits were also the first thing my friends noticed when inspecting my clubs. There seems to be a flaw in the manufacturing process, however, the pits do not appear to affect play, just the cosmetics of the club.
Date published: 2007-12-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not that great I made sure I did everything correctly. I even cut them down so not too much of the tip was inserted into the shaft. I used a small hammer and made sure it was snug. I filed it down and still had a few break off, causing a rattle. however, if this didn't occur, it would be a great way to plug the tip so appoxy would not get into the shaft. maybe I was unlucky with a few shafts.
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far, so good No issues....a little worried about a previous review about the bubbles in them, but haven't experienced them myself
Date published: 2016-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product No bad surprise great quality product... exact description on the web site
Date published: 2015-10-26
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What pins should be used for .355 taper tip Wilson Staff bore through iron heads?

Asked by: Mikey01
If you are referring to old Wilson Staff "Fluid Feel" irons with the bore through plug in the sole you might be able to fashion a plug out of the steel shaft bore through plug. The original plugs were rubber and approximately 3" long that went up into the shaft to dampen vibrations.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-07-17

Which one of these will fit into the epic hot melt port plug?

Asked by: Jacob
You can fabricate a plug from the graphite bore through pin. Make sure not to have to much of it extending into the clubhead as it could break off and cause a rattle. Callaway actually uses a small plactic screw that threads into the hole. They break off the top part and finish it flush to the sole.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-07-07

what is an alternative to using these ? I have used these and made sure that I didn't put too much of the tip in the shaft, by cutting it, and I still had a few break off and cause a rattle.

Asked by: RichCup12
I always drag the tip of the bore through plug through epoxy before installing it into the tip of the shaft and have had not problems. I also use epoxy to fill the hole. Once the shaft tip is cut for the angle put some epoxy into the tip of the shaft and put a piece of masking tape over the shaft tip. Place the club in the playing position. This will allow the epoxy to settle against the masking tape and harden into a plug. When the epoxy has cured remove the tape and do any finishing that is needed.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-08

I have a tour issue 2016 m2 3 wood head and the hot melt plug is missing. Can I use this product to fill the hot melt port? 

Asked by: Gbx
Yes I have used one of the graphite bore through pins to replace the plastic screw. Be careful not to have to much of the tip of this plug extending into the clubhead as it could break off and cause a rattle.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-06

Greetings I am looking for a package of .370 tip shaft plugs (Black Plastic) do you offer these?

Asked by: Girb
If you need these for .370" tip steel shafts you need to order the one that says "25 Pack for Steel".
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-01

Do you have these for the callaway razr x irons? http://www.callawaygolfpreowned.com/golf-clubs/iron-sets/irons-razr-x.html?cgid=iron-sets Its not flat on top its more rounded

Asked by: Donutsngolf
We do not have the rounded replacement plug for these Callaway irons. You would have to contact Callaway to see if they would make those available to you.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-20

How are shaft pins used and installed?

Asked by: Al48
These are used to plug the center of the golf shaft in bore through golf club designs like the older Callaway bore through woods and irons and older Titleist drivers. In a bore through where the shaft goes through the bottom of the clubhead the hole in the center of the shaft needs to be filled. That is what these pins are for. The smaller tapered pin for graphite shaft and the larger pin for steel shafts. Here is a couple of links from Callaway's web site and you can see where the shaft comes through the bottom of the sole and the pin is used to plug the hole in the center of the shaft. http://www.callawaygolfpreowned.com/golf-clubs/iron-sets/irons-bb-2004.html?cgid=iron-sets http://www.callawaygolfpreowned.com/golf-clubs/drivers/drivers-gbb2-ps.html Here is a link to a You Tube video on how to finish the sole on a bore through driver. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SyIEJdxX0E
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-23
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