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Getting new shafts.

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Hello. I am thinking of getting a new shaft (UST Axivcore Tour Green) on an old driver (TM R7 Quad). Any idea how much reshafting a club would cost?

Thanks
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Re: Getting new shafts.

Local places run $25 for a graphite reshaft, maybe a few bucks more to throw a grip on it.
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Re: Getting new shafts.

Originally Posted by chilly View Post
Local places run $25 for a graphite reshaft, maybe a few bucks more to throw a grip on it.
$25 is just for the reshaft right? You would still have to buy the actual shaft, correct?
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Re: Getting new shafts.

I think that is a little high. I would call local courses and see if they can recommend someone that does it on the side. If you know what shaft you want I would look on ebay to buy it. I see them at maybe 2/3 the price. Just make sure you do some research and buy the correct sized tip.
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Re: Getting new shafts.

Yeah and some places might charge you more if you did not buy it from them. Some shafts can run all the way up to $280 if you want to get spendy!
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Re: Getting new shafts.

Originally Posted by sherwoodnatl
Local places run $25 for a graphite reshaft, maybe a few bucks more to throw a ...
$25 is just for the reshaft right? You would still have to buy the actual shaft, correct?
Yup. You'll also have to factor in the cost of a grip, too.

Shafts can range very widely in terms of costs. I've never dabbled with the high cost models...my game can't distinguish those subtleties.
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Re: Getting new shafts.

Originally Posted by sherwoodnatl View Post
Hello. I am thinking of getting a new shaft (UST Axivcore Tour Green) on an old driver (TM R7 Quad). Any idea how much reshafting a club would cost?

Thanks
Driver isn't worth the amount you'd spend on the shaft.

I remember I asked about prices and it started at 70 euro (100 dollars) all the way up to 150 euro (180-200 dollars).
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Re: Getting new shafts.

The UST Axivcore Tour Green is going to run you about $140 new plus roughly twenty dollars for reshafting costs.
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