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Callaway Steelhead iii 4 wood

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Looking for a Callaway Steelhead iii 4 wood (17 degree loft) with steel uniflex shaft to buy or trade, must be in good condition. I have a Callaway Steelhead iii 4+ wood (15 degree loft) in excellent condition to offer as a trade or will buy outright.

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Still looking for a Callaway Steelhead iii 4 wood (17 degree loft), Anyone out that have one for sale or trade?

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Have you tried Callaway Pre-owned?

I just received my Steelhead Plus 5 wood from them in like new condition and I have a hard time believing that it's ever been hit!

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I have been looking there, they only have graphite shaft and I want a steel uniflex.

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Still looking for Callaway Steelhead iii 4 wood with steel uniflex shaft?

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Callaway Preowned has:

*  two Steelhead III 4-woods (17*), but the shafts are graphite.

*  five BB War Bird 4Ws, again all in graphite. One of these is Very Good.

Do you want a 4W bad enough to reshaft one in steel?

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I would rather not reshaft, want the steel uniflex to match my set. I have the entire set of Steelhead woods, 1.3,5, and 7. The 4+ has a 15 degree loft which is the same as the 3 wood. The 5 wood is 17 dregrees and the 7 wood is 21 degrees. The 4 is basicaly the same as the 3 wood in loft  but with a 4 wood sized head, thus I am looking for the regualr 4 wood with 17 degree loft.

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Are you willing to sell your 4+ without trade?  I don't have what you're looking for but you have exactly what I want!  If so, what kind of price?

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