The GolfWorks Extension Adhesive

The GolfWorks Extension Adhesive

Shaft Extension Adhesive - 30 ml. Syringe
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The GolfWorks Extension Adhesive

The GolfWorks new Maximum Strength Extension Adhesive has been designed specifically for securely fastening and sealing graphite, steel, aluminum and wood extensions into golf shafts. The Extension Adhesive is a very strong, quick setting adhesive that features a slightly thicker viscosity and cures less brittle than most standard golf club shafting epoxy. The thicker viscosity helps fill the larger voids often encountered when installing extensions. The more elastic cured hardness helps eliminate the possibility of brittle shafting epoxy breaking loose inside the shaft and becoming an irritating rattle. The Extension Adhesive sets up in approximately 5 minutes and comes in an easy to use 30ml syringe.
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Hi. Can you tell me what size shaft extension I need for a Titleist 910 17 deg. Hybrid with a Diamana Kai'll 80 mid stiff shaft?

Asked by: Gilly
To know the correct extension size I need to know the inside diameter measurement at the butt end of the shaft and I do not have that measurement for this shaft. Being an 80 gram weight shaft and if it has a .600" butt diameter, I do not have that measurement either, it would likely use the GW4000 Yellow (.515") extension based on other 80 gram weight .600" butt diameter shafts I have checked.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-31

what size shaft extension should I order, for a Ping CFS senior shaft?

Asked by: O M Writ
This would be a .600" butt diameter shaft and use the S60 (.600") steel extension.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-17

By mistake I ordered extension epoxy for reshafting my set of irons, Can I use it, or I must absolutely use shafting epoxy epx1 thank you greeting Francois

Asked by: François
Yes it will work for reshafting without any problems.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-12

how long to wait after adding extension to my driver before regrip and use?

Asked by: Skip
The Shaft Extension Epoxy sets in 5 minutes. I would give it at least 30 minutes to cure before gripping and playing. Personally I would always wait until the next day. Even on fast setting epoxies most epoxy manufactures will still recommend 24 hour cure.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-28

How many extensions can I do with one order?

Asked by: rich
There should be enough to do a full set of clubs. The hard part to predict is that it is a fast setting epoxy so you cannot mix enough epoxy at one time to do the full set of clubs. You will be able to mix enough to epoxy 2 or 3 clubs and then will have to mix another batch. Personally I use the EPX epoxies for all my club work and could easily do multiple sets of extension with a tube of EPX1 because it is not a fast setting epoxy. Just another option.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-23

is this stuff really necessary?  or can I use tour set epoxy for an extension?

Asked by: 27jackie
This is very similar to the Tour Set epoxy. You can use the Tour Set and be just fine.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-18

What is the shelf life of this extension epoxy?

Asked by: Jay Birdman
The General "Rule of Thumb" with all shafting epoxies is that they have a shelf life of 1 year.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-17

What is the lap sheer strength?

Asked by: MattC5
The Lap Strength is 3000 psi when fully cured (about 7 days). Within 24 hours, the material develops about 90% strength (about 2700 psi).
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-23
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