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So I have been building clubs for a while now and sometimes enjoy it more than actually playing the game. (Don't tell my wife that.) But there is one part that is still giving me troubles. Every time I try to pull a graphite shaft out of a club I end up breaking the tip off and have to drill the hosel out. I don't have a shaft puller which I know is the best way to fix the problem but am looking for some other suggestions on how to do this without buying a shaft puller.

I have tried using a heat gun and torch with the same results. Anybody have any advice?

 

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Shaft puller is a must for graphite; it has to come straight off, no twisting.

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What they said, if you don't use one you'll forever be breaking shafts.

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not being a smart a$$ - don't. if you don't have a puller you risk damaging the shaft as you already know, right tool for the right job.

There are inexpensive pullers that are not the brightest shiniest tool out there but work. A small invest could save you big $$$$ in new replacements.

screw type pullers. maybe even a used one in the Mitchell stable might do the trick. If not look up GW

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