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Just bought a 907 D2 and a 906 F2 18* on ebay, got a great deal. $70 for the driver and $25 for the 5 wood. The only problem is the 5 wood will need a new shaft, it has a soft regular on it. I think I swing a little hard for that ;)

So any suggestions on shafts and how I should go about getting a new one. I would rather not spend a lot of money on it seeing as how I only spent $25 for the club itself.

PS. ebay is amazing when people dont know how to spell Titleist. Found both by searching for "titelist" I was the only one that placed a bid on either in the 7 day auction. Just a little tip for you guys.

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hahaha! thats awesome
i play the same driver, was looking for that same 5w too,m but couldnt find a good enough deal

decided to re-shaft my old 975F 4w instead...cant wait to try er out!

good choices BTW

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Golfsmith.com is your friend if you're looking for new shafts. I found that the shaft I put in my 3W was only $10 more at the Nevada Bobs I normally go to, so I decided just to buy straight from them. They only charged $25 for the installation. Depending on what you go with, I could easily see spending more on the shaft than you did for the club, but if you like that head, get a quality shaft for it and roll with it!

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