The GolfWorks Brass Adaptor Shims

The GolfWorks Brass Adaptor Shims

15 (.335 - .350) - 5 pack
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30 (370 - .400) - 5 pack
T (.355 - .370) - 5 pack
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The GolfWorks Brass Adaptor Shims

These shims are the perfect answer to your shaft installation headaches. Easy to use, they center the shaft in the bore perfectly and create a maximum bond between the shaft and the hosel. Each pack comes with 5 shims.

The GolfWorks Brass Adaptor Shims is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Work for me I buy and use the shims in cases where a sleeve is not log enough to properly support the shaft to the bottom of the bore. What can I say, they are shims. I haven't had a problem with quality or dimensions.
Date published: 2016-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brass Shim For Orlimar 420 I used the brass shim to replace the shaft on an Orlimar Hip Ti 420. I had to use two shims as the hosel was .370. It worked great. the driver feels solid when hit.
Date published: 2015-08-17
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Can you use these shims to reshaft a Callaway head with a .355 taper tip shaft?

Asked by: dgreid70
Yes you can use the SHIMT (.355" to .370") to install a .355" taper tip shaft into a .370" hosel bore.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-28

No more 355 to 370 shims available ?

Asked by: valdi
We are showing the SHIMT (.355" to .370") shims are due in the week of September 11th.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-28

Reshaping 1998 TM Bubble driver, which shim to use .335? Do I need to use a .350 wood shaft?

Asked by: Cgarburner
The Ti Bubble II driver used a .405" tip diameter shaft and for this driver you would need the SADW adaptor to size the .405" hosel bore down to a .335" size so you could use any .335" tip size shaft. In 1998 I also show the Burner Bubble woods and they also had the .405" hosel bore and would need the SADW.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-15

I have a Taylormade Firesole 5 wood that I was going to experiment with putting a NV hybrid shaft into. Can this be done as it would mean going .370 into .405 I believe?

Asked by: Mark
You can use a SADW .335" Bushing Ferrule to install a standard wood shaft into into your Firesole club head. I wouldn't recommend using a hybrid shaft for a #5 wood but if you wish to do so the SADI .370" should work. Here is the link to both Bushing Ferrules -
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2017-05-03

I am replacing the shaft on a Ping G15 with a .335 shaft. Do I need to use both a shim and an adaptor BB9048 .335 to make it work? Thanks.

Asked by: Tom
You could use either the SHIM15 and a standard ferrule like the 60PW or you could use the BB9048 the one listed for .335" but you do not need to use both.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-02

Re-shafting my Cobra Big Trusty 55*. Your data says .355 shaft. Both the new shaft and factory shaft are a very loose fit. Noticed a collar on factory ferrule that seems to center it. Which shim do I need so I can use a custom ferrule?

Asked by: Scott3usa
If you are using a .355" taper tip then the SHIMT (.355" - .370") should work the best.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-20

Am I able to remove a head with a shim in it?  If so, is it any different than a normal removal?

Asked by: Jmack
Removing a shaft that has been installed with a Shim is the same as a normal shaft removal.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-06

Would you be kind enough to go through the sequencing using epoxy and shims? i.e. .355 to a .370 hosel. Thx, Joe

Asked by: bigeoj
The way I always do this assembly is to get everything ready and organized. I would install the ferrule on the shaft and set it almost to it's proper depth. Then put epoxy into the clubhead and just insert or start the the shim into the top of the hosel. I do not want to close up the finger of the shim as this will make it more difficult to start the shaft into the shim. I then roll the tip of the shaft in epoxy and insert it into the shim and push the shaft and shim all the way into the hosel. I then hold the clubhead in one hand and the shaft in the other and tap the butt end of the shaft against the floor to make sure that the shaft and shim are installed all the way to the bottom of the bore. Next I clean up the excess epoxy and set the club to dry.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-14
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