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Where Can I Find Tungsten Toe Weights For Taylormade Rocketbladez Max Irons?


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I was cleaning my irons yesterday and noticed that two of my irons were missing tungsten toe weights.  I checked the internet and can't seem to find anybody who carries them.  Any ideas or thoughts on where I can find them?  See pic of my iron missing a weight.

 

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I went to their website and their chat feature is "temporarily" down.  They don't take email questions, so the only option is to phone them.  I have yet to do that, as I was at work and didn't want to be put on hold for a long time.  I'll try them shortly, once I find out what their customer service hours are.  

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10 minutes ago, Buckeyebowman said:

This will sound like a stupid question but, have you checked with Taylor Made?

I was just able to chat with a TaylorMade customer service rep, and he said that they don't carry them because they are a part of the head of the iron, and are not a replacement part.  I'm assuming the fact they are an older club 5+ years old, they don't have them either.

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You can actually buy tungsten weights on Amazon. They’re usually made for Pinewood derby cars. I bet you could find the same weight and size. I’m not a metallurgist but I’m sure you could get them inserted.

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8 minutes ago, Vinsk said:

You can actually buy tungsten weights on Amazon. They’re usually made for Pinewood derby cars. I bet you could find the same weight and size. I’m not a metallurgist but I’m sure you could get them inserted.

Thanks, I'll check Amazon!

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6 hours ago, MNGopher said:

I may just do that too.  Take it to the local pro shop that does customizations, fittings, etc.  Who knows, they may have a box of weights just sitting there!  🙂

Check Golfworks too. The Maltby ones may fit. But they also have other weights on the site for OEM.


OEM Supplies at The GolfWorks

 


Swingweight Supplies at The GolfWorks

 

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