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AndreasMorch

Re-shafting a new club with an old shaft!

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Hey guys

I hope you can help me out.

I recently bought some re-stocked Taylormade tour preferred mb , with d ynamic gold SL300 steel shafts (standard lenght) .

The problem is that i normally use x-stiff shaft and 1' longer.

My old irons are the Mizuno mp58 with the KBS TOUR X steel shaft . I had them re-shafted the about 4 months ago a my local pro shop.

My question is: Is it possible to use my "old" shaft from the MP58's in my new Taylormade irons?
I'm not a big shaft guy but i've heard that there are a ton of different tips and i want to make sure that they are the same.

Andreas.. :-)

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WUTiger    454

You would need to check the tip type for each clubhead. If both iron models take parallel tip, or both take taper tip, you can switch out. If one is parallel and one is taper, it would be very difficult and costly to do.

I'm not a big shaft guy. ... Remember, the shaft is half the club.

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Thank you..

Mizuno: 355 Dynamic gold s300 taper tip

Taylormade: 355 TT Dynamic Gold S300 taper tip - 4c1m/5c1m

These are the specs i could find, it looks possible after all :-)

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Shaft swapping is fairly easy and can be a lot of fun to do yourself. Knowing your equipment is another story. Have a look on golfclubshaftreview.com for some good tips on replacing shafts and shafts specs.

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