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 am reshafting my mizuno MP54s to project x 6.0(120g). The previous shaft was XP105(101g) swing weight of around d2 I think. Will I need weights? Standard length

Asked by: Ericp812
Your swingweights may get heavier. For every 9 grams of shaft weight you add it will increase the swingweight by 1 swingweight. The 19 gram shaft weight change would say that these irons would get 2 swingweights heavier with the Project X shafts. However the Project X shafts have a higher balance point then the XP105 shafts and a higher balance point will lighten the swingweight. With the balance point change between these two shafts your swingweight is likely to stay the same or very close to the same and you really should not need to add any weights if you are also using the same model grips.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-07-24

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
Just an FYI when you cut shafts down 1/2", you don't necessarily want to bring the swingweight all the way back up to the way they were before. A standard length shaft playing D2 feels completely different from a -1/2" shaft at D2. You will likely only want to go back up to D0 if they are -1/2".
Answered by: The man
Date published: 2017-06-08

Hi, which weights should I order for NS 950GH and DG AMT R300 (both taper) shafts? thanks

Asked by: NZK
You need to use the .335" weights for .355" taper tip iron shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-17

I recently switched from mid-sized to jumbo grips. The new grips are 26 grams heavier than the old ones. (New = G.P. CP2 Pro / Old = Lamkin Crossline) Do you have a recommendation on how much weight to add in order to achieve the original swing weight?

Asked by: Max
A 4 gram change of grip weight is equal to 1 swingweight. If you have a 26 gram change of grip weight then 26 divided by 4 equals 6.5 swingweigths that you need to add. At the clubhead end 2 grams is equal to 1 swingweight so you would need to add 13 grams to the head end to get back to the same swingweight you had before.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-09

Would I use the same epoxy that I used to glue head to shaft when installing brass tip weights inside shaft?

Asked by: Josh
Yes you would use the same epoxy to install the brass tip weights inside the shaft as you use to assemble the club.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-27

I switched out 2 of my shafts from kbs tapered tip stiff(120g) to Nippon 950gh regular tapered tip(94g).  The result is a lighter feeling swingweight.  How many grams of tip weight would I need to get back to what it felt like before?   

Asked by: Josh
Theory says that a 9 gram change of shaft flex is equal to 1 swingweight. If the shaft gets lighter in weight the swingweight gets lighter. That would say you need to add approximately 3 swingweights which would be a 6 gram tip weight. In the case of these 2 shafts it may only be a 2 swingweight change or 4 grams. The KBS 120 has a higher balance point then the Nippon 950GH and that will lighten the swingweight a little more. For future reference you want to check the swingweight before you take the club apart to see what it is and have it as a reference.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-18

I want to order 1dz. brass tip weights. Shipping is more than the weights. Why can't the order be put in an envelope and mailed USPS?

Asked by: cigarmikl
Call Customer Service at 1-800-848-8358 and possibly they can help you with this.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-13

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: 2017-05-21
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