Value Shaft Extractor

Value Shaft Extractor


Value Shaft Extractor
$74.99
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Value Shaft Extractor

Removes most shafts easily and quickly. Shaft saver clamp fits most standard bench top vises (vise not included). Simply secure the shaft between the rubber Shaft Extractor pads with the hosel positioned in the appropriate holder. Attach the ratchet to the long bolt on the opposite side, apply heat and glide the head off the shaft tip. Straight push with no twisting saves graphite shafts for re-use.

Value Shaft Extractor is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Limited Use Only I have owned the Value Shaft extractor for a little over a year. Excellent design for the hobbyist who likes to try different shaft/ driver or wood combinations. However, it is very difficult to use on steel or graphite shafted Irons that use a high strength epoxy. If you will have a need for iron shaft removal, look to one of Golfworks higher end extractors, it will be worth the money.
Date published: 2009-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tool I work on and build clubs as a hobby and this is first shaft extractor I purchased. I just recieved it and first three woods I removed heads from shaft went effortlessly. I highly recommend this tool. Thanks Golfworks for suppling me with a great tool. Look for more purchases from me Golfworks
Date published: 2012-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Extractor I'm a novice club maker mostly for myself. Got this extractor because I wanted to be able to try out different shaft/club combinations. Have pulled two sets of irons (steel shafts) and about a dozen driver heads. This is a really well built tool that works exactly as I expected it to.
Date published: 2009-12-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Money saver Bought this because I wanted to change my shafts instead of buying new clubs. The closest shop that could do it was 2 hour drive and 20 dollars per club. This was very easy to use, I changed four of my clubs in less than two hours.
Date published: 2012-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Extracter After researching many extracters on bay and the net, I took the chance on this one. And I'm happy I did. First time using it was a breeze. Very easy to use. I would recommend to any one looking for a reasonably priced extracte.
Date published: 2011-07-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Simple, but not as effective as I hoped? I bought this specifically to get the heads off a set of late model forged irons that were perticularly stuborn to get off. I had to put some muscle on it even after what I considered to be a lot of steady heat! Before Ingot through the full set, the wrench began to strip a bit - I had to go to a quality wrench. From my initial experience, I'd suggest stepping up to a more sturdy model.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as expected Very simple shaft extractor. Remove the ferrule, add a little masking or painters tape, clamp your shaft in, apply a little heat and slowly turn. If you don't get any movement keep the pressure on and add more heat. Take your time and apply heat all the way around the hosel evenly so as to not scorch any specific areas. Simple and quick.
Date published: 2015-06-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does its job As of this review I used it once to repair a pitching wedge. It worked just fine using a heat gun on the graphite shaft. The only complaint I have is that I feel the item is still overpriced but compared to other pullers its a bargain. If you just change a few club heads once in awhile this will do the job very nicely.
Date published: 2016-08-17
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if i was to buy this item what would the carriage cost be, or do you have an agent in the uk where i could buy item.

Asked by: bernard
It would be best for you to contact our International Trade Accounts Manager, Donna Ours, at dours@golfworks.com and she can give you the shipping costs.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-20

when will this item be back in stock?

Asked by: jason seal
The GW1112 is scheduled to be back in stock in mid to late April.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-03-17

Is it okay to use a torch, rather than a heat gun, to remove graphite shafts from iron heads? The gun seems to be very slow and ineffective, even at 1112 degrees of heat!

Asked by: beegeeping1565
Personally I always recommend a heat gun for removing a graphite shaft. It normally takes approximately 250 degrees to break the epoxy bond to remove the shaft but the epoxy that hold the fibers of the graphite shaft together can start to soften at 300 degrees so it pays to be patient. You get to the 250 and 300 degree range much quicker with the torch. Years ago I worked for Cobra and one of the people at Aldila told me when using a torch to remove a graphite shaft do not heat for more than 15 seconds. That tip has served me well over the years. Keep in mind if you have already been heating with a heat gun even 15 seconds with a torch might be more than the shaft can handle. Possibly heat in 5 or 10 seconds intervals with at least 30 seconds in between.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-03

Is there an angled adaptor to square up to Ping I3 hosels for shaft removal? The Ping hosels are severely angled, so the hosel plate does not line up with the angled hosel, and won't slide the head off due to the extreme angle! Suggestions???

Asked by: beegeeping1565
We do not have an adaptor plate for the Value Shaft Extractor to work with the Ping irons. I have not personally had the chance to remove one of these Ping irons with this puller but one thing I do know about Ping is that they use a 3 part epoxy and it can take more heat to remove their clubheads no matter which puller you have. With a heat gun I will heat up to 3 minutes on a high setting with the nozzle of the heat gun 3" to 4" away from the hosel. If the clubhead has not come off in 3 minutes I shut heat gun off for 1 minute and continue to try and remove the clubhead. After 1 minute I will heat again for 30 seconds and continue heating on and off for 30 seconds until the clubhead is removed. It normally takes approximately 250 degrees to break the epoxy bond to remove the shaft but the epoxy that hold the fibers of the graphite shaft together can start to soften at 300 degrees so it pays to be patient.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-03

Does it work with a 3" vise?

Asked by: Cameron
Yes this will work in a 3" vise.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-28

Does it work with a 3'' vise?

Asked by: Cameraon
Yes this will work in a 3" vise.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-28

do I need a VISE to use this extractor?

Asked by: john
Yes you do need to use a bench vise with this extractor.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-14

Is this shaft extractor can fit in 4 to 5 inch bench top vise?

Asked by: John
Yes this extractor will work with either a 4" or 5" bench vise.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-14
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