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Posted 13 March 2012 - 08:18 PM

before I spend the money on the shaft puller, I think I am going to try to manual method which few of your have suggested.

Heat, towel, little elbow grease.

Just little investment in propane torch.

I think I can always wait until end of the season to find better bargains on the used equipment anyways. Thanks so much for the suggestions and this helps a million.
Driver: Snake Eye 9.5* Python XLD w/ AXE FW Regular, tipped 1"
4 Wood: Bridgestone J40 with AXE FW Stiff
Hybrid 19*, Acer XF, FST 115 Pro, stiff
Hybrid 25*, Bobby Jones, stock shaft, stiff
Irons 4-6: Tommy Armour, 845c silverback forged, R300
Irons 7-P: Tommy Armour, 845m Silverback forged, S300
Wedges: 56* Eidolon; 60* Mizuno
Putter: SC - Monterey 35", stock weight
Balls: B-Stone B330RX-S




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