The GolfWorks Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus Epoxy

The GolfWorks Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus Epoxy

Max Strength Tour Set Plus Beaded Epoxy 50ml
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Max Strength Tour Set Plus Epoxy 50ml
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The GolfWorks Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus Epoxy

NOTE: The GolfWorks Epoxy Cartridge Gun (#ESG2) equipped with a 2:1 Plunger (#VB1004) is required for proper dispensing. Epoxy Gun with 1:1 and 2:1 Plunger (#VB1005) also available.

Stronger Adhesion At Half The Cost! The new GolfWorks Maximum Strength High Impact and Tour Set Plus Epoxies have been formulated to match the peel and shear strength of premium 3M epoxies only with more elastic qualities specifically needed for proper golf club head/shaft adhesion, at about half the cost. The Maximum Strength High Impact epoxy is formulated for the high volume clubmaker to gel in approximately 1 hour while the Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus epoxy with a gel time of 20-30 minutes is intended for smaller jobs and/or when you simply need to expedite the curing process. Both Maximum Strength epoxies feature a shear strength of 4500 psi and require a 2:1 mix ratio.

The GolfWorks Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus Epoxy is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Never again Let set overnight and epoxy failed in a TM adapter after a few balls at range (yes, shaft and tip were both properly prepped and epoxy was properly mixed). Tried again after cleaning up and re-prepping, and was able to twist shaft out of adapter/head after 24 hrs. Purchased at local Golf Galaxy in early 2016. Worked fine for an extension, but have since thrown it in the trash. Will never buy this stuff again.
Date published: 2016-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good stuff Awesome stuff, this is all I use to build my clubs. It has a good quick gel time, but enough to glue an entire set with no problem. Dries very quick over night. Can play within 13 hours with this stuff. Highly recommend this to anyone.
Date published: 2015-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tour Set Plus Epoxy I have been using this epoxy for a number of years and it is far superior to what the OEM's use. If used in conjunction with glass centering beads the bond is unbelievable.
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great working epoxy I have been using this epoxy for a couple of years and have never had any failures. Excellent product
Date published: 2015-11-27
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Just used this to do two of my irons, I did not realize it was a 2:1 mix ratio. Will my clubs be ok to use???

Asked by: Jon29
With the cartridges the epoxy will generally always dispense in the proper amounts. If by chance you use more of the hardener then needed you could have a failure. The hardener is the smaller tube and would be the 1 part. If you mixed this in a 1:1 mix we would recommend redoing them.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-13

can I use the tour set plus epoxy without the mixing gun?

Asked by: el chango74
With the Max Strength Tour Set Plus Epoxy we recommend a mixing gun to make sure the epoxy is dispensed in the proper 2 to 1 amount. Dispensing without the gun may not create the proper 2 to 1 mix ratio. The Tour Set Plus (TSPE) cartridge is a 1 to 1 mix and the cartridge comes with a plunger to dispense the epoxy. You do not necessarily need the gun with version of Tour Set Plus.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-03

why doesn't this include a ten cent plunger

Asked by: jimbo
Being a 2 to 1 mix it does not dispense as well with the hand plunger as it does with the cartridge gun and have a proper mix is very important with a 2 to 1 epoxy.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-25

What is the difference between the two products offered (beaded vs. non-beaded)?

Asked by: mmacias
The beaded epoxy has glass beads in with the epoxy that act as a filler and help keep the shaft centered in the bore. We sell Glass Shaft Beads or Quik Center which can be added to a non beaded epoxy for the same purpose.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-21

I'm getting ready to re-shaft a set of irons. I am getting all the required pieces together and curious what the best epoxy to use would be. Not in a rush to finish assembly so set time is not a real factor, just want best lasting strength when finished.

Asked by: NJDon
Personally I use the EPX line of epoxy and have used it and recommended it for years with excellent success.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-02

Does this include a plunger?

Asked by: Adam415
Yes the plunger is included.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-09-29

Safety Specification Sheet.

Asked by: Insidetheleather
Contact Customer Service and they can provide you with this sheet. Send an email to:
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-08-26

At what temperature does this begin to break down?

Asked by: redhat
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