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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I need to add 2-3 sw to my recoil 95 iron shafts. The inner shaft diameter seems pretty small  and the normal tip weight would not fit. Which should I buy? 

Asked by: Elixir
You have to use the Graphite Tip weights (GTW2 & GTW4) in brass or the Lead GW0107 graphite tip weights. If they do not fit you can use a 1/8" drill bit to enlarge the hole in the tip end of the shaft so that the weights will fit.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-06

Which weights should I order for taper-tip lightweight Nippon shafts for irons?

Asked by: Chimico
You need to order the .335" steel wood weights to use with .355" taper tip shafts. I have used them many times and they work well.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-28

I would like to purchase the weights for graphite shafts: two 4g, one 10g, one 3g, one 6g, two 7g, and one 5g with the shaft tip of 355. How can I find the items I need? Thank you.

Asked by: kyongkim
In the Brass Weights for graphite shafts we stock only the 2 & 4 gram weights. In the lead weights we stock 2,4, & 6 gram weights (GW0107) and in Rubber Tungsten we stock 8 & 10 gram weights for graphite shafts (TW0121). You can modify the Lead and Tungsten weights to make them lighter.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-12

What tip weights would you recommend for the aerotech i95 steelfiber shaft (stiff)

Asked by: Bozmon
With the brass weights you need the GTW2 or GTW4 for graphite shafts. We also have the GW0107 lead weights in 2, 4, & 6 grams in lead tip weights. Also the Rubber Tungsten Tip Weights GW0121 in 8 and 10 grams for graphite shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-12

Have set of old Titleist Z-M irons with DG300S shafts, recently cut down 1/2 inch from the grip side, and the Swing Weight dropped to C6.0. How much weight do I need to add to get back to D2 swing weight?

Asked by: LLC
Something is strange here. If your irons were D2 and you shorten the clubs 1/2" the swingweight should have changed to C9. 1/2" equals 3 swingweights. Did you also change the grips especially the grip size? To get from C6 to D2 you will actually need 12 grams. 2 grams of clubhead weight is equal to 1 swingweight.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-05

Why no option for .355 tip weights? Most pro level clubs are .355 tip!

Asked by: chilidipper
You use the .335" tip size wood weights in .355" taper tip shafts. The shoulder will not keep them from going up inside the shaft and epoxy will secure them in place. A .355" taper tip shaft tapers on the inside of the shaft as well so it is not possible to make a weight to properly fit inside the shaft and because the .335" tip size works they never made one .355".
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-27

Do you have these brass weights in .355 tip?

Asked by: Drewll
Big brands all use tip weights and 98% of the shafts are tapered tip ... the answer below suggest to use .335 version (.335 is the diam of the tip weight or it just means that they are for .335 tip shafts ? it's not the same.). A shurr thing is that you will need between .06 and .10" for your epoxy to bond properly (2 walls x 0.03/0.05 for the bonding area. A tapered tip shaft is .355 OD -> .345 ID, which means that a .335 tip weight should do the job. Correct me if i missed something, but a more complete description of theses items would be appreciated imho
Answered by: Max
Date published: 2017-01-27

Do the graphite tip brass plugs fit both .335 and .350 diameter graphite shafts?  I think so but just double checking.  Thanks!

Asked by: Chris
The Graphite tip weights will fit .335", .350" and .370" tip diameter graphite shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-10-24
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