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Broken screw

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sleagle    0

I am an idiot, I broke the screw off adjusting the face angle on my R11. Does anyone know how to fix this or can you point me towards someone with this kind of knowledge and skill set. Thanks

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meenman    66

I am an idiot, I broke the screw off adjusting the face angle on my R11. Does anyone know how to fix this or can you point me towards someone with this kind of knowledge and skill set. Thanks

Not sure about Taylormade, but had the same thing happen with a Titleist 910 recently.

I know if I had actually had it fixed it would have cost $40 since they couldnt get the remainder of the screw out of the shaft.

I would suggest going to where you bought it, it may be covered by a warranty, but the part(s) will probably have to be ordered from Taylormade.

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dhanson    14

I am an idiot, I broke the screw off adjusting the face angle on my R11. Does anyone know how to fix this or can you point me towards someone with this kind of knowledge and skill set. Thanks

I had the same thing happen. Contacted the golf course I purchased the club through, and they contacted TMAG and got me a replacement. Here's the thread.

http://thesandtrap.com/t/46566/threads-of-r11-1-gram-weight-break-off-in-clubhead

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MS256    145

I agree with the other guys that checking out the possibility of Taylormade fixing or replacing it would be best.

I've never looked closely at an R11, and I wouldn't know exactly what I would do without seeing it, but I assume I could get the old screw out with a small drill bit and an easy out...But it would be very tedious and I'm used to taking out broken screws and bolts.

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