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I've got an EPIC SZ head on the way.  Friend gave me a good deal on just the head.  Now I need a shaft to go with it!  Does me no good if all I have are Titleist tips sitting around in my basement.

 

So what does everyone have that they are willing to let go at the MGS discounted price??  

 

Looking for Stiff shafts, 55g - 75g (well weight is really not the issue) 

 

Let me know, send pics .... I know you guys have shafts laying around that you're not playing ... let's see 'em! 

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I have a ust chrome f4 with epic adapter if interested message me

 

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... I can give you a crazy MSG discount deal on an AD-MT6 stiff with an Epic adaptor. Shoot me a message if you are interested. 

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have a diamana blueboard 60g Xstiff from my Vapor fly, don't use anymone. hit me if interested.

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I have a Grafalloy Blue (original blue color) as well as a Graphite Design Tour AD DJ-6 X flex (plays closer to a stiff).  The GD DJ6 has Taylormade TP shaft graphics but is the real deal shaft. 

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I have a 2017 Ozik Matrix MFS5 X5 White Tie Shaft, stiff.

White mid size Golf Pride grip.

No tip. 

 

Let me know...

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Hzrdus Black handcrafted, 62g 6.5flex (xs) tipped 1" w/callaway adapter. Let me know! I switched to a Ping driver so I'm not using this anymore.

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I have an Epic fitment Oban Kyoshi purple stiff shaft that is in pristine condition it's the genuine article message me if you interested 

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