Tour Trusty Project

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rmfullermfulle  58WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 58
Joined:  edited May 17, 2014 in WRX Club Techs #1
Sent in my wedges to an iron refinisher and had them stripped and bent 1 degree each. Happy with the results. Hopefully a little rust ensues. Thought you guys might enjoy taking a look. Obviously a Rickie fanboy, but I go to Oklahoma State so that justifies it right?! I just did the paint fill so there may be a little touch up still needed.
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  • miboymiboy  670WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 670
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    They look sharp, now just a little rust....
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  • The GeneralThe General  1775WRX Points: 162Handicap: 2Members Posts: 1,775 Platinum Tees
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    I did the same thing with a 50* and 54*. Sent the 50 to Continental golf and it took a week, $25. The 54 has been at BOS since may 15th, $20 to strip and $17 for shipping UPS (been a week so far).



    They look great. Do you know how much weight you lost?
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  • rmfullermfulle  58WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 58
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    I did the same thing with a 50* and 54*. Sent the 50 to Continental golf and it took a week, $25. The 54 has been at BOS since may 15th, $20 to strip and $17 for shipping UPS (been a week so far).



    They look great. Do you know how much weight you lost?




    Nothing exact, but nothing noticeable from just chipping around the house. Yeah I paid Tigernick $70 and had them in a week.
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