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Trying to pull a steel shaft out of an old Wilson FG 17 PW.  Heated the heck out of it and its a no go by hand or in a puller  

Any idea if rhe Wilson Fg 17 are screw type shafts? If so, and tricks of the trade to pull it? 

DRIVER: Titleist 905R S 10.5

3W- Callway XR PRO 16 stiff

5W- Alpha XS

Irons- Titleist 716 AP1 S 1/2 over 2 degrees upright

Vokey SM7 Wedges 54 and 58 1/2 half 3 degrees upright

Putter- Taylor Made Rossa Monza Mini Spider

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Some are screw in type. Take a solid piece of oak or hickory wood and notice I said oak or hickory not pine. Cut a groove down the center that fits the head snugly. Cut you a handle on the other end leaving it thick. Think of a paddle with a groove down the middle. clamp the head in the vise securely and heat and remember those have backwards threads so it will be righty loosy pound it with a hammer on the end of the block to loosen. Those can be a Bear to get out. If that does not work you may have to drill the shaft out

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Driver Homna  G1- X Stock Homna Regular shaft

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20* Hybrid Adams Boxer Ozik Matrix R shaft

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Irons 5 thru PW 1980 Macgregor VIP Hogan Apex #2 shafts

SW- Macgregor LRA 56* S-400

Putter 1997 Santa Fe rusty as heck

 

 

 

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I ran this question by a very reliable source and he told me that this particular club in not likely to be threaded.  He did tell me that Wilson flared some of these clubs and that is probably the case here.  He gave me some tips to remove it. 

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DRIVER: Titleist 905R S 10.5

3W- Callway XR PRO 16 stiff

5W- Alpha XS

Irons- Titleist 716 AP1 S 1/2 over 2 degrees upright

Vokey SM7 Wedges 54 and 58 1/2 half 3 degrees upright

Putter- Taylor Made Rossa Monza Mini Spider

Ball-ProV1 and AVX

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