Brass Tip Weight Plugs

Brass Tip Weight Plugs


1 Dz. .370 2g Steel Iron Tip Brass Plugs
$4.99
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1 Dz. .370 4g Steel Iron Tip Brass Plugs
$5.09
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1 Dz. .370 6g Steel Iron Tip Brass Plugs
$5.19
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1 Dz. .370 8g Steel Iron Tip Brass Plugs
$5.29
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1 Dz. .370 10g Steel Iron Tip Brass Plugs
$5.39
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1 Dz. .335 2g Steel Wood Tip Brass Plugs
$4.99
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1 Dz. .335 4g Steel Wood Tip Brass Plugs
$5.09
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1 Dz. .335 6g Steel Wood Tip Brass Plugs
$5.19
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1 Dz. .335 8g Steel Wood Tip Brass Plugs
$5.29
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1 Dz. .335 10g Steel Wood Tip Brass Plugs
$5.39
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1 Dz. 2g Graphite Tip Brass Plugs
$4.99
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1 Dz. 4g Graphite Tip Brass Plugs
$5.09
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Brass Tip Weight Plugs

These are the same tip weights that major manufacturers use for final swingweighting. Simply slide into position in the shaft tip, verify final swingweight and epoxy the shaft into position. Available for steel iron and wood shafts and graphite shafts. Packaged in dozen. Reusable.

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 Re-shafting my  Apex CF 16 irons and noticed the brass plug in the tip of the shaft. Do you know what the weight  of the plugs is? Is it consistent throughout the set  or are there variable rates for each club? What happens if these weights are noT used.

Asked by: Dick Fataldo
The brass weights are used for swing weighting at the time of assembly and can vary from club to club. If not used, the swing weights should be lighter and may not be consistent. How much lighter and how inconsistent is hard to say not knowing how much weight was added to each club.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2018-01-19

I HAVE AP2 IRONS AND AM SWITCHING FROM AMT TOUR WHITE S300 TO PROJECT X 5.5 LZ WILL I NEED TO ADD WHICH GRAM WEIGHT TO KEEP THEM AT D2 SWINGWEIGHT....

Asked by: BOB
I have not yet had a chance to work with the new AMT Tour White shafts to know for sure how your swingweights might be affected. The Project X LZ does not have quite as high a balance point as some of the other Project X shafts so the swingweights might stay pretty close to D2. To know for sure you would really need a swingweight scale to be able to check the swingweights as part of the assembly process.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-12-26

I am switching out my kbs tour v 110s shafts and replacing them with kbs c taper 120s shafts in my apex pro (2014) irons.... will I need to add any weight to the heads? Butt section? (I will be using the same golf pride NDMC midsize grips on both shafts) 

Asked by: Mike
Your swingweights should get a little heavier because of the of the increased weight of the C-Taper 120 and the fact that the C-Taper 120 has a lower balance point then the Tour V 110. Your swingweights could increase by 2 maybe even 3 swingweights because of these changes. At 2 swingweights heavier you would need to add 8 grams to the butt end and for 3 swingweights you would need to add 12 grams to the butt end.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-12-04

I have a set of Titleist AP2 irons i am changing shafts putting in the AMT Tour S400 shafts they came with the tips all ready trimmed and ready so when i pulled the old shafts out they had weights in them do i need to put weights back in?

Asked by: wayne65
More then likley you will need to use the tip weights with the new shafts. It will depend on what the old shafts weight and where there balance point of those shafts is compared to the new shafts. Also how much tip weight was added to the old shafts can also make a difference based on the weight of the new shafts. It takes a 9 gram change of shaft weight to change 1 swingweight, assuming the balance point of the shafts stays the same. 9 grams heavier increases the swingweight by 1 and 9 grams lighter decreases the swingweight by 1.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-12-07

Thanks Jim but if I add 10g weight it will lengthen club .25 do I cut .25 off tip or just butt cut to length

Asked by: Squat17
To maintain the flex of the shaft you would cut the 1/4" off the tip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-12-01

If I add 10 gram weight to grafite shafts how much will it add to length of shaft. Do I cut the tip more. Say it calls for 1 inch tip trim but I add weight say quarter inch do I trim 1.25 off tip.

Asked by: Squat 17
The 10 gram Rubber Tungsten graphite tip weight will add 1/4" to the length of the club.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-11-30

I’m removing xp95 300s from cf16 to USA recoil 670 reg do I need to add tip weights and how much.thks

Asked by: Squat17
That depends on what length you assemble the CF16 irons with the Recoil shafts. If you assemble the irons to the same length as they were with the XP95 shafts you will likely need to add approximately 10 grams of weight to maintain the same swingweight that you had with the XP 95 shafts. If you assemble these irons 1/2" longer with the Recoil graphite shafts you would likely need to add approximately 4 grams of weight to maintain the same swingweight. https://www.golfworks.com/rubber-tungsten-tip-weights/p/GW0121/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-11-30

Is the only weight that will fit in a graphite shaft the 2g and 4g graphite tip brass plug? Or will the steel wood tip plug fit as well?

Asked by: Robj
With the brass tip weights the 2 and 4 gram graphite weights are the only ones that will fit into the tip of a graphite shaft. With the lead tip weights we have 2, 4 & 6 grams (GW0107) for graphite shafts and in the Rubber Tungsten Tip Weights (GW0121) we have 5, 8 & 10 grams.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-11-27
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