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reshafting a set of 845's

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I have a set of 845 silver scott fs, they have graphite shafts and I've snapped 4 of them off flush with the hosel. I want to reshaft them with steel shafts. So I heated up the hosels on the broke heads and got the tip of the shafts out those heads, or so I thought. It looks like there is some sort of metal in the hosel. Its like there is still graphite in the hosel and in the center is metal. What is that? It is very hard to get out. I've tried drilling it and its working but not very well.
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Okay, I just heated it up some more and the rest of it popped out. It was graphite and a piece of metal, looks like brass, it kinda looks like a screw, shaped like one.
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Sounds like you're in it for the project by why bother? You can buy a set of 845s with whatever shaft you want for less than the cost of 2-3 new shafts. I had been playing with a set of Pat Pend 845s I won on ebay until last month. Used them most of 2012, paid $37 for 3-PW.

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