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Nike Forged Blade 3-PW iron heads ONLY

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As the subject says, Nike Forged Blade (non-TW version) 3-PW heads ONLY, standard lie/loft. These heads are easily 9/10 condition, just minor bag chatter, no nicks/gouges on the soles of the clubs. The heads need to be prepped (removal of old epoxy, etc) before installing new shafts.
starting at $215...sold on ebay for over $250...i purchased them for $225 but decided to stick with what i already have in my TaylorMade Burners...these heads had shafts that were pulled after purchase, just never got around to getting new shafts/grips for em.

*updated* $165 obo

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*$190* ?

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You aren't by any chance willing to split them up are you? Interested in 7-PW.

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not really looking to split them up, just trying to find a home for these as a set. if you want to use the 7-pw by all means. these clubs are in GREAT condition, pictures don't do them justice. my fiancee and i are saving for a house so, just trying to help someone else out by cleaning out my garage...$185?

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$175?

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Originally Posted by Gioguy21

$175?

Edit the listing itself with the new price and/or click the "bump listing" button. I think you're doing it the old way.

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My apologies Erik, didn't realize how to go about changing it other than bumping it with a lower price. Fixed in my initial description*

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Originally Posted by Gioguy21

My apologies Erik, didn't realize how to go about changing it other than bumping it with a lower price. Fixed in my initial description*

No prob. Now you know. I clicked "Bump Listing" too which puts it back at the top of the forum. You get to "Bump" Marketplace threads once every 72 hours.

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Devore86, i actually sold these quite a while ago as they weren't for me. i believe they came out in 2005 or so, but i'm not 100% on this. sorry!

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