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I have all the tools to re grip my own clubs at home.

 

Now that I've moved however I lack the space for a dedicated table/bench to mount said equipment.

 

Does anyone have any elegant solutions they could show off for me to try to implement?

 

I'm thinking of something that mounts to my garage wall but folds up so I can pull it down only when needed.

 

I've looked at some folding tables, but in the past when trying those I can't seem to get them to be sturdy enough to push against for gripping.

 

I don't need to really do anything other than gripping at this point as I don't do any other work at him on my equipment.

 

Thanks in advance!

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All you really need is a vice.  I'm sure you could come up with some sort of hinged folding work surface, but having a vice bolted on is going to limit how far up it folds.  You could look in to one of those flatter golf specific shaft clamps and set it up that way.

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Golfworks makes two portable gripping stations.

You might be able to just set it in a corner and pull it out when needed

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Like Meyer said, the most essential thing is a vice and one of those rubber shaft clamps to protect your shafts.

 

When I started doing mine a year ago, I bought a small portable vice from Amazon and mounted it on my counter, and used one of those aluminum baking sheets to catch all the solvent.

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If you use air to regrip, you really only need a compressor instead of a club vice, solvent, tape, etc.

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:D I don't have any of that... I do it all in my garden... I still regrip with tape and solvent... throw a towel on the concrete floor, spray some solvent, put the grip on and push against the floor (club head on the towel to avoid scratching)

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I have a black & decker workmate and it works like a charm.

 

I use 2 of the plastic things that you put the shaft in, pop the club in between the 2 boards on the workmate, tighten things up, drop a bucket underneath to catch the drippings and I'm all set.

 

Best thing about it is it all folds up when I'm done and looks like I've never even been there!

 

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:D I don't have any of that... I do it all in my garden... I still regrip with tape and solvent... throw a towel on the concrete floor, spray some solvent, put the grip on and push against the floor (club head on the towel to avoid scratching)

I did this when I first started doing my own grips, but in the bathtub. I was afraid of bending the shaft sometimes, it was a pain to get on while holding it with one hand. The terrible solvent was probably partly to blame though.

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I did this when I first started doing my own grips, but in the bathtub. I was afraid of bending the shaft sometimes, it was a pain to get on while holding it with one hand. The terrible solvent was probably partly to blame though.

 

I had problems at first when using liquid soap. Once I switched to solvent, the grips were slipping right on... didn't even notice the shaft bending.

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I had problems at first when using liquid soap. Once I switched to solvent, the grips were slipping right on... didn't even notice the shaft bending.

My first set I did with the GolfWorks solvent, I believe that was the brand. Ended up wasting the entire bottle in the process. I then bought a big jug of mineral spirits and a small squirt bottle to put it in whenever I decide to switch grips. It works like a charm.

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My first set I did with the GolfWorks solvent, I believe that was the brand. Ended up wasting the entire bottle in the process. I then bought a big jug of mineral spirits and a small squirt bottle to put it in whenever I decide to switch grips. It works like a charm.

If you aren't careful you'll go through an entire bottle of the Golfworks solvent for one grip!

 

 

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I use a vice and club clamp.. but instead of solvent I use charcoal lighter fluid.. $2.99 a jug and works great... 

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If you aren't careful you'll go through an entire bottle of the Golfworks solvent for one grip!

 

 

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That's what I pretty much did. I thought I was doing something wrong, until I realized that that solvent isn't the greatest.

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Here's a link to my setup. The reason I'm pointing you to it because it's fairly compact. I have mine clamped between the jaws on my vise. However, with this model you can take off the part that fits in the vise and mount it directly to your bench. If you have a shelf type bench that you lower against the wall this will not protrude much. Sounds like a doable deal perhaps. I bought the thing from GolfWorks. Good quality.

 

 

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Here's a link to my setup. The reason I'm pointing you to it because it's fairly compact. I have mine clamped between the jaws on my vise. However, with this model you can take off the part that fits in the vise and mount it directly to your bench. If you have a shelf type bench that you lower against the wall this will not protrude much. Sounds like a doable deal perhaps. I bought the thing from GolfWorks. Good quality.

 

 

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Very nice setup.

 

 

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I just use old towel, mineral spirits in an old windex spray bottle, pre cut tape strips. I can do a set in my garage or where ever in no time. I could even save some money saving the mineral spirits, but using spray bottle works like a charm. 

 

Bench is great, but in all reality not needed. Any major repair I take to shop, but I do all my own regrips.

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I just use old towel, mineral spirits in an old windex spray bottle, pre cut tape strips. I can do a set in my garage or where ever in no time. I could even save some money saving the mineral spirits, but using spray bottle works like a charm.

 

Bench is great, but in all reality not needed. Any major repair I take to shop, but I do all my own regrips.

I used the golfsmith gripping solvent, but other than that, I did the same thing as you, just a towel and a spray bottle. It would take about 20 minutes to do a set of 7-8 clubs, but, since I had some projects in the house to do, my wife made me get a air tank and hose so she could get a brad nailer. So I went ahead and got the accessories I needed to regrip, it is so simple and very little cleanup.

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I used the golfsmith gripping solvent, but other than that, I did the same thing as you, just a towel and a spray bottle. It would take about 20 minutes to do a set of 7-8 clubs, but, since I had some projects in the house to do, my wife made me get a air tank and hose so she could get a brad nailer. So I went ahead and got the accessories I needed to regrip, it is so simple and very little cleanup.

 

I have been thinking about the air tank deal, but every time I try to justify the purchase, I have already ended up buying another putter...LOL

 

I definitely think it would be easier saving grips that way as well. I use the flat pancake tool from Golfworks, and for super strokes, etc. I went to CVS and got a syringe. Easy peezy.

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I have been thinking about the air tank deal, but every time I try to justify the purchase, I have already ended up buying another putter...LOL

 

I definitely think it would be easier saving grips that way as well. I use the flat pancake tool from Golfworks, and for super strokes, etc. I went to CVS and got a syringe. Easy peezy.

I have a grip removal tool as well, not sure if it's the same one but it definitely makes things easy, at least for regular grips. How do you use the syringe for SS grips and other putter-like grips?

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I have been thinking about the air tank deal, but every time I try to justify the purchase, I have already ended up buying another putter...LOL

 

I definitely think it would be easier saving grips that way as well. I use the flat pancake tool from Golfworks, and for super strokes, etc. I went to CVS and got a syringe. Easy peezy.

Harbor freight, for about 100 bucks you can get everything you need, depending on what type of hose you get it could be even less, maybe around 70-80 bucks. Well worth it.

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