A must have for replacing damaged ferrules without removing the club head. Apply a small amount of epoxy and snap the ferrule into place.
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Useful; much less work than re-shaftThe .370 size fit perfectly without reduction (sanding) to fit hosel, whereas the .335 size required some reduction to fit on the driver I was repairing. But both seem well made; the halves are cleverly molded to be identical but have interleaving patterns via a slot and groove on the opposed edges.
After applying epoxy to all surfaces of these parts and the club/hosel top, drying for 24 hours and a wipe with acetone cloth, the results look good. Unfortunately during first session on the range the repaired iron's ferrule had slipped so once again a gap appeared between ferrule and hosel. Hopefully the driver with repaired ferrule will remain in its proper place.