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  1. beer on the front to take away body pain beer on the back to erase memory of bad shots
  2. i am looking for a complete set of these (3-p,d,s) that won't wreck my budget; i am refurbishing a set of old irons and do not want to spend too much; i prefer to use taper vs. reaming them out; does anyone know of any supplier who has these for under $10/shaft; i need regular flex; if someone has a set of burnouts also let me know; i am doing an old set of vas 792s and they have the firm shaft and i want to go to regular; the firm where the old dynalites and the regular where the old release shafts; thanks
  3. Does anyone have the tip instructions for these? I am going to put them in an old set of clubs for a beginner golfer. thanks
  4. thanks, i think i will need to tip some shafts and extend the length is some the guy that had these put brand new grips on them in order to sell them; they did not sell so my friend who owns the course just gave them to me as he knows i tinker with clubs
  5. mine are the UJCIO (over hosel) I am trying to fix up an old set of Spalding XE hyprid irons. Some of the shafts look like they have been cut because they broke off at the hosel etc. Knowing the raw length should help me figure this out. The PW is the worst while the 3 iron is off about an inch. Thanks
  6. Does anyone have a copy of this? It is the hard copy one that is over 500 pages. In the older edition there was a section that showed each shaft and gave specs on them including weight, trim instructions, tip length, step pattern etc. It contained the specs for all the common steel shaft from the 60s-80s. I am trying to find this information on the TT JetStep steel shaft.
  7. Buzzy

    Where Am I?

    thanks i will repost
  8. i signed up yesterday and posted a topic and got several replies today i go in and don't see my post at all
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