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post #19 of 24

Re: Stickers on driver shaft

Use Goo-B-Gone to get stickers off. Works like a charm.
post #20 of 24

Re: Stickers on driver shaft

Originally Posted by Shorty View Post
From the TaylorMade site:

NOTES ON TM IDENTIFICATION/WARRANTY STICKERING
Stickering located within 2 inches of the hosel adds two swing weight points and stiffens shaft by approximately half a flex.
If the sticker is between 3 and 4 inches in length, it adds half a degree of loft to the club.
Depending on the amount of stripes on the barcode, weight is affected (.0003 grams per stripe).
Depending on alignment, it will make the club a "Draw bias". Care is taken at the factory to ensure neutral alignment, but can not be guaranteed.
Grey stickering essentially turns a graphite shaft into one which feels like steel, consequently allowances for this must be taken during fitting and ordering phases.
N.B. Warranty of clubs where stickering is removed is void as the structural integrity of the club is compromised after its removal.
When reshaftinhg, replacement stickering must be purchased from TM (may be done online) and must be applied by an authorised TM technician.
lol.....this is hillarious !! well done
post #21 of 24

Re: Stickers on driver shaft

Originally Posted by Shorty View Post
From the TaylorMade site:

NOTES ON TM IDENTIFICATION/WARRANTY STICKERING
Stickering located within 2 inches of the hosel adds two swing weight points and stiffens shaft by approximately half a flex.
If the sticker is between 3 and 4 inches in length, it adds half a degree of loft to the club.
Depending on the amount of stripes on the barcode, weight is affected (.0003 grams per stripe).
Depending on alignment, it will make the club a "Draw bias". Care is taken at the factory to ensure neutral alignment, but can not be guaranteed.
Grey stickering essentially turns a graphite shaft into one which feels like steel, consequently allowances for this must be taken during fitting and ordering phases.
N.B. Warranty of clubs where stickering is removed is void as the structural integrity of the club is compromised after its removal.
When reshaftinhg, replacement stickering must be purchased from TM (may be done online) and must be applied by an authorised TM technician.
LMFAO!!! Talk about f-ing with folks heads!
post #22 of 24

Re: Stickers on driver shaft

I buy my stickers from a local guy that makes them for much cheaper than you can order from Taylor Made. Check them out at Tailormadestickers.com. His name is Chuck, he has a sticker machine he made out of an old lawnmower, some nerf footballs, and an old sewing machine. Says he can make about 4 dozen in a 12 hour shift. His shop smells like a meth lab but he is a nice guy and really takes his stickers seriously....(a little odd) Bought an old putter off ebay that some fool took the sticker off. One visit to Chuck who mounted the stickers($2.50 a club extra), and I wasn't taking divots on the greens anymore!
post #23 of 24

Re: Stickers on driver shaft

Golfsmith removes the stickers before you leave the store, so I assume they have no impact on the club at all.
post #24 of 24
Be careful of clone stickers, I've heard they can really do damage to not only your clubs but also your swing
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