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Got fitted at Club champion for a driver shaft.  Got the shaft today in the mail and they glued the adjustment settings! Granted its set in A1 (what I got fit for) but at the same time I might want to adjust that at some point.  Any reason to do that?  

If I took a torch to the adapter would it be pretty easy to dislodge that?  

 

thanks.  

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4 minutes ago, metatron1212 said:

Got fitted at Club champion for a driver shaft.  Got the shaft today in the mail and they glued the adjustment settings! Granted its set in A1 (what I got fit for) but at the same time I might want to adjust that at some point.  Any reason to do that?  

If I took a torch to the adapter would it be pretty easy to dislodge that?  

 

thanks.  

If you take the head off you can’t change the settings?  If so I would return; there shouldn’t be any reason to do this.  
 

if you use heat or a torch you would potential damage the ferrule and it would be best to reflux the shaft.  You might be able to use something to remove the excess epoxy, but I wouldn’t on a new driver that you paid to have built correctly 

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Yeah it wouldn't adjust once it was off the club.  I just got it unstuck tho!!  I took it off to look at it again and that pressure must have loosened the epoxy that must have gotten into the groove.  PHEW!!!   Thanks!!

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Yeah it's easy to get a bit of epoxy stuck in between the grooves of the COG.  I work with them all of the time but have never had them stick together.

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19 hours ago, cnosil said:

If you take the head off you can’t change the settings?  If so I would return; there shouldn’t be any reason to do this.  
 

if you use heat or a torch you would potential damage the ferrule and it would be best to reflux the shaft.  You might be able to use something to remove the excess epoxy, but I wouldn’t on a new driver that you paid to have built correctly 

Exactly !

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