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Info on removing a nike driver head from shaft

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Hey all, I recently acquired a nike driver and wanted to remove the driver head from the shaft but I'm not sure if this particular one is threaded on or if I can just heat it up and pull it off. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Whatever you do, don't heat it up and twist it off. You have to pull off heads from graphite square. Take it to a club fitter who should only charge you $5-10. Unless you don't want the shaft that is fitted then you can use a small torch to heat up the hosel. golfclubshaftreview.com  has a great  DIY shaft instalation page which will help you remove the shaft if saving it is not an issue.

post #3 of 3

Graphite shafts going out of and into driver/FW heads is touchy in a lot of ways. You really need a shaft-pulling machine to do a good job. And, there's a bit of skill involved. As thefoot says, go to a clubfitter and let him do it.

 

I went to the GolfWorks school in 2012, and learned quickly that graphite-to-woods reshaft is a lot more exacting than steel-to-irons reshaft.

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