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Need Str8-fit instruction manual!!!!!!

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Hi all, I just bought the Nike Dymo Str8-fit driver from Roger Dunn used yesterday, but I didn't get the instruction manual on setting the driver.

Does anyone know how to get one, I've been looking all over for one, or even if someone just knows the workings of setting the driver to my own preference. It seems like a nice driver, I just want to figure out how to set it

any help is appreciated!
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thanks for your input darkprince and J_Bone.....

Hey J_Bone, this may sound dumb, but when I look at those directions, I was hoping that there is some kind of wording. I mean, just trying to understand how to start the lineup process, yellow arrow on the shaft to ....etc. I'll be giving those directions a try.
Oh ya, I think the batteries are dead in the wrench, hopefully switching them will save me from buying some new ones.
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The alignment for the shaft-head is like you are holding it in your hand and standing at address. On the setting sheet I linked you. ON the Neutral #4 setting, the yellow arrow will be pointing strait down at the club head or strait with the club face.
From there you rotate the yellow arrow in relation to the club head
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thanks for your input darkprince and J_Bone.....

Hey man, if you want, I can scan the brochure and/or important parts of the manual and send them to you. Just let me know.

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control junkie, if you could that would be awesome!

Sure thing. I'll email you tomorrow with it. My scanner here took a hit from lightning, so I'll scan it at work and shoot it to you. The English section is only like 2 or 4 pages long, most of it is just various languages.

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Mine came with an manual. It's probably 60 pages long, but that's because they have the instructions in like 30 different languages, and it's about 2 pgs per language. It just shows how to align the mark on the shaft fitting with the hosel, and how to change out the batteries in the wrench and stuff like that. I'm trying to remember what else is in there. I can probably post the scan here tomorrow if you want to see what all it is. Just let me know.
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Thanks for the offer. To save you some hassle, it does shows the alignment and battery stuff in the pdf link posted by Dark Prince. I also posted the direct link so it will come up if you click on it.

thanks again!
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thanks for all the help with the driver fellas. Since I bought this driver used at a Roger Dunn shop, it had a changed out grip, thus, not having the reference points on the grip. I think that's what was throwing me off the whole time. I did my best to change it more to a draw setting, which I think I did, however, I swear I'm slicing the ball much more than I ever did with my Taylor Made R7 Draw I had before.

I returned the driver to Roger Dunn and swapped it for a Callaway Diablo, I'm going to give that one a try. Roger Dunn has a awesome return policy. Let's see how this baby works out!
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