Harbor Freight: 25% off a single item

GrumpyCatGrumpyCat Members Posts: 24 ✭✭
For all you tinkerers / club builders:



Harbor Freight is offering 25% Off Any Single Item (Some Exclusions Do Apply) with this Printable Coupon valid for In-Store or Online Purchases. Valid 12/31/18 through 1/1/2019.



https://www.harborfr...nc=MjA1NDY5MzY=



Online: apply coupon code 20546936

In-Store: print coupon to redeem in stores



D • Ping G400 Max  • Tour 65
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3h • Callaway Epic • Recoil 780ES
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Odyssey Jailbird

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  • dbdorsdbdors Houston, Clear Lake areaClubWRX Posts: 1,757 ClubWRX
    edited Dec 31, 2018 #2
    I have one of these, its a great cut off saw: https://www.harborfr...-saw-61659.html even better with 25% off.



    I got extra blades, but still using the same blade after about a year or so.

    Woods: Callaway Rogue Sub Zero 8*, Fujikura Ventus 6, stiff: TM M5, 13*, Diamana Thump 75, stiff
    Hybrids: TEE CBX 3H (20d), 4H (22d), Kuro Kage Silver Hybrid 80, stiff
    Irons: TM M6, 5-GW, Accra 80i, stiff
    Wedges: Cleveland CBX 54* (bent to 55*), 60*, Accra 80i, stiff
    Putter: Evnroll ER1.2 355g, 33", SS Counter Core Mid Slim 2.0
    Ball: Wilson Duo Professional in green & yellow
    Bag/Cart: '18 Ping Hoofer/Clicgear 3.5+
    Accessories: Garmin G8/Nikon Coolshot Pro Stabilized
  • calfan36calfan36 Members Posts: 154 ✭✭
    dbdors wrote:


    I have one of these, its a great cut off saw: [url="https://www.harborfreight.com/6-in-55-amp-cut-off-saw-61659.html"]https://www.harborfr...-saw-61659.html[/url] even better with 25% off.



    I got extra blades, but still using the same blade after about a year or so.




    Been wanting to get one of these. Does it work for steel and graphite?
  • dbdorsdbdors Houston, Clear Lake areaClubWRX Posts: 1,757 ClubWRX
    It works great for both.

    Woods: Callaway Rogue Sub Zero 8*, Fujikura Ventus 6, stiff: TM M5, 13*, Diamana Thump 75, stiff
    Hybrids: TEE CBX 3H (20d), 4H (22d), Kuro Kage Silver Hybrid 80, stiff
    Irons: TM M6, 5-GW, Accra 80i, stiff
    Wedges: Cleveland CBX 54* (bent to 55*), 60*, Accra 80i, stiff
    Putter: Evnroll ER1.2 355g, 33", SS Counter Core Mid Slim 2.0
    Ball: Wilson Duo Professional in green & yellow
    Bag/Cart: '18 Ping Hoofer/Clicgear 3.5+
    Accessories: Garmin G8/Nikon Coolshot Pro Stabilized
  • JackpotJohnnyJackpotJohnny Members Posts: 2,502 ✭✭
    I’ve got one too, works great

  • premazipppremazipp Members Posts: 407 ✭✭
    dbdors wrote:


    I have one of these, its a great cut off saw: [url="https://www.harborfreight.com/6-in-55-amp-cut-off-saw-61659.html"]https://www.harborfr...-saw-61659.html[/url] even better with 25% off.



    I got extra blades, but still using the same blade after about a year or so.




    Just bought this today. Used it to trim some iron shafts. Super quick and easy.
    Driver: Adams 4G 12*
    Wood: Adams Fast 10 18*
    Hybrid: Ping Anser 20*
    Irons: Wishon 550M 5-PW
    Wedges: Scratch 8620 53
    */58*
    Putter: Bettinardi Queen Bee #6
  • calfan36calfan36 Members Posts: 154 ✭✭
    dbdors wrote:


    It works great for both.




    Do you need different wheels for both?
  • dbdorsdbdors Houston, Clear Lake areaClubWRX Posts: 1,757 ClubWRX
    No that’s why you want an abrasive wheel cutter, they work for both steel and graphite.

    Woods: Callaway Rogue Sub Zero 8*, Fujikura Ventus 6, stiff: TM M5, 13*, Diamana Thump 75, stiff
    Hybrids: TEE CBX 3H (20d), 4H (22d), Kuro Kage Silver Hybrid 80, stiff
    Irons: TM M6, 5-GW, Accra 80i, stiff
    Wedges: Cleveland CBX 54* (bent to 55*), 60*, Accra 80i, stiff
    Putter: Evnroll ER1.2 355g, 33", SS Counter Core Mid Slim 2.0
    Ball: Wilson Duo Professional in green & yellow
    Bag/Cart: '18 Ping Hoofer/Clicgear 3.5+
    Accessories: Garmin G8/Nikon Coolshot Pro Stabilized
  • JoseRJoseR Members Posts: 133 ✭✭
    Does it come with a blade? Or do i need to buy one?
  • TzoidTzoid Members Posts: 1,667 ✭✭
    How long have you owned these Cut off saw? I looked at them at they look like "You get what you pay for" I'm not

    trying to stir it up but the stuff I see in Harbor Freight looks less than quality.
    Texan stranded in "The Peoples Republic of Maryland"
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    Ping G25 20 & Anser 23 Hybrid
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    Scratch 50 54 58 Forged Wedges Nippon WV 115 Shafts
    Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Studio Stainless
    Ping Vault 2.0 Dale Anser Custom
    Titleist Pro V-1X
  • ctwatkinsctwatkins Members Posts: 87 ✭✭
    Tzoid wrote:


    How long have you owned these Cut off saw? I looked at them at they look like "You get what you pay for" I'm not

    trying to stir it up but the stuff I see in Harbor Freight looks less than quality.


    IMO, Harbor Freight tools are fine for the casual hobbyist. If you’re running a high volume shop or business, you should probably look elsewhere.
  • TzoidTzoid Members Posts: 1,667 ✭✭
    ctwatkins wrote:

    Tzoid wrote:


    How long have you owned these Cut off saw? I looked at them at they look like "You get what you pay for" I'm not

    trying to stir it up but the stuff I see in Harbor Freight looks less than quality.


    IMO, Harbor Freight tools are fine for the casual hobbyist. If you're running a high volume shop or business, you should probably look elsewhere.




    Maybe it's the Harbor Freight near me... The few times I stopped and looked the items I looked at were falling apart. The saw in the link just felt like a toy .
    Texan stranded in "The Peoples Republic of Maryland"
    Ping G400 Max Driver Aldila Rogue Silver 110 M.S.I. 60
    Ping G400 3 Wood Aldila Rogue Silver 110 M.S.I. 70
    Ping G25 20 & Anser 23 Hybrid
    ONOFF KURO 2015 4-PW N.S Pro Modus3 Tour 120S
    Scratch 50 54 58 Forged Wedges Nippon WV 115 Shafts
    Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Studio Stainless
    Ping Vault 2.0 Dale Anser Custom
    Titleist Pro V-1X
  • Krt22Krt22 Members Posts: 6,504 ✭✭
    My local golf mart uses a cut off wheel on a bench grinder to cut shafts, so I cant see how this would be much worse. Bigger question is 6" version or pony up for the 14" version for other projects
  • westclewestcle Members Posts: 146 ✭✭
    Tzoid wrote:

    ctwatkins wrote:

    Tzoid wrote:


    How long have you owned these Cut off saw? I looked at them at they look like "You get what you pay for" I'm not

    trying to stir it up but the stuff I see in Harbor Freight looks less than quality.


    IMO, Harbor Freight tools are fine for the casual hobbyist. If you're running a high volume shop or business, you should probably look elsewhere.




    Maybe it's the Harbor Freight near me... The few times I stopped and looked the items I looked at were falling apart. The saw in the link just felt like a toy .




    Nah, you're both right. Quality isn't great but fine for the hobbyist. Golfworks sells the same saw for $70. I have this and the belt sander and have had no problems with either.
  • kdog25kdog25 Members Posts: 1,573 ✭✭
    ctwatkins wrote:

    Tzoid wrote:


    How long have you owned these Cut off saw? I looked at them at they look like "You get what you pay for" I'm not

    trying to stir it up but the stuff I see in Harbor Freight looks less than quality.


    IMO, Harbor Freight tools are fine for the casual hobbyist. If you’re running a high volume shop or business, you should probably look elsewhere.




    This is correct. I’m not the best with my hands but I can get by with some things. If you wanna mess around and tinker HF isn’t a bad way to go. For anything that’s gonna get heavy/frequent use - go another direction.



    I have a cut off saw and a small compressor from them. They both do exactly what they’re supposed to do. Haven’t had any issues whatsoever.
  • dbdorsdbdors Houston, Clear Lake areaClubWRX Posts: 1,757 ClubWRX
    Krt22 wrote:


    My local golf mart uses a cut off wheel on a bench grinder to cut shafts, so I cant see how this would be much worse. Bigger question is 6" version or pony up for the 14" version for other projects




    You don’t need a 14 inch blade for a golf shaft. 2 X 2 steel angle yes, but not a .610 shaft.

    Woods: Callaway Rogue Sub Zero 8*, Fujikura Ventus 6, stiff: TM M5, 13*, Diamana Thump 75, stiff
    Hybrids: TEE CBX 3H (20d), 4H (22d), Kuro Kage Silver Hybrid 80, stiff
    Irons: TM M6, 5-GW, Accra 80i, stiff
    Wedges: Cleveland CBX 54* (bent to 55*), 60*, Accra 80i, stiff
    Putter: Evnroll ER1.2 355g, 33", SS Counter Core Mid Slim 2.0
    Ball: Wilson Duo Professional in green & yellow
    Bag/Cart: '18 Ping Hoofer/Clicgear 3.5+
    Accessories: Garmin G8/Nikon Coolshot Pro Stabilized
  • ChronicSlicerChronicSlicer Members Posts: 949 ✭✭
    dbdors wrote:

    Krt22 wrote:


    My local golf mart uses a cut off wheel on a bench grinder to cut shafts, so I cant see how this would be much worse. Bigger question is 6" version or pony up for the 14" version for other projects




    You don’t need a 14 inch blade for a golf shaft. 2 X 2 steel angle yes, but not a .610 shaft.




    You can also use one of these for steel shafts. No mess,no noise, easy storage. https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-3-16-in-to-15-16-in-Model-104-Close-Quarters-Tubing-Cutter-32985/100021967



    This works for graphite shafts. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-6-in-Junior-Hacksaw-122JHSC/204748808
  • Z1ggy16Z1ggy16 Members Posts: 7,260 ✭✭
    Just purchased the small duty belt sander and cutt off saw from them before Xmas. Horrible instructions but once I figured it out things worked great. Already used it to build 3 clubs.
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    P770 5-PW KBS Tour 120 FLT
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    Glide Stealth 2.0 54/12SS AMT Wedge
    Glide Stealth 2.0 58/12SS Modus 125 Wedge
    TP Black Copper Juno w/ PX 7.0 Wedge
    TP5X
    Sun Mountain 4.5 Bag

  • tokeybtokeyb Gonna get better OmahaClubWRX Posts: 361 ClubWRX




    Yep, I'm using an antique hacksaw and it works fine on both! Have not tried the tubing cutter, could it be faster/better than the hacksaw? Will pull mine out and give it a shot.
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    TEE 3w 15*
    TM Burner Rescue 4 & 5
    Cobra King Forged (5-G)
    Scratch 8820 (56*)
    Odyssey White Hot Rx 2, Tour Snsr 106cc
    Project(a)
    **Right at single digits - gonna get better**
  • cfunk11cfunk11 Members Posts: 257 ✭✭
    I wish habor frieght handled shaft pullers
  • sm_wattssm_watts Members Posts: 641 ✭✭
    I have a cheapo miter saw from HF from 10 years ago that still works great. I bought a cut-off blade for it when I cut graphite shafts, then switch the blade back for wood projects.

    I also have the 8 gallon air compressor that has served me well for tires, blowing out sprinklers, nail guns, etc. that I bought about the same time.

    But I have had bad experiences with any of their battery-operated tools.
    Taylormade M2 2016 10.5 w/UST ATTAS Elements, MK reg
    Taylormade M2 2017 HL 16.5 w/UST ATTAS Elements, DK reg
    TEE e8 22 & 25 hybrids/Recoil 460 F3
    Bridgestone J40 DPC's/Recoil 95 F3
    Snake Eyes 685BX 52*
    Hogan TK 57*
    TP Mills Sycamore...or Spaulding TPM VIII...or maybe the TP Mills Elite...or the TP Mills Softtail???
  • ChronicSlicerChronicSlicer Members Posts: 949 ✭✭
    tokeyb wrote:



    You can also use one of these for steel shafts. No mess,no noise, easy storage. https://www.homedepo...32985/100021967



    This works for graphite shafts. https://www.homedepo...2JHSC/204748808




    Yep, I'm using an antique hacksaw and it works fine on both! Have not tried the tubing cutter, could it be faster/better than the hacksaw? Will pull mine out and give it a shot.



    tokeyb wrote:



    You can also use one of these for steel shafts. No mess,no noise, easy storage. https://www.homedepo...32985/100021967



    This works for graphite shafts. https://www.homedepo...2JHSC/204748808




    Yep, I'm using an antique hacksaw and it works fine on both! Have not tried the tubing cutter, could it be faster/better than the hacksaw? Will pull mine out and give it a shot.




    The tubing cutter offers a cleaner cut, no external burrs or sharp edge.
  • mister2coolmister2cool Members Posts: 3,713 ✭✭

    tokeyb wrote:



    You can also use one of these for steel shafts. No mess,no noise, easy storage. https://www.homedepo...32985/100021967



    This works for graphite shafts. https://www.homedepo...2JHSC/204748808




    Yep, I'm using an antique hacksaw and it works fine on both! Have not tried the tubing cutter, could it be faster/better than the hacksaw? Will pull mine out and give it a shot.



    tokeyb wrote:



    You can also use one of these for steel shafts. No mess,no noise, easy storage. https://www.homedepo...32985/100021967



    This works for graphite shafts. https://www.homedepo...2JHSC/204748808




    Yep, I'm using an antique hacksaw and it works fine on both! Have not tried the tubing cutter, could it be faster/better than the hacksaw? Will pull mine out and give it a shot.




    The tubing cutter offers a cleaner cut, no external burrs or sharp edge.




    Tube cutter is much easier to use than hacksaw on steel shafts. The only thing to watch out is due to the taper on the shafts, tube cutter tends to shift slightly with each rotation, so be sure to turn in both directions one circle at a time so the blade stays in the same spot.



    Hacksaw works on most graphite shafts but I have run into a couple that it really had a hard time with.. especially the recently T1100 ones. It also present a little challenge cutting through the last few fibers without tearing.



    I did pick up a hand held Dremal cutoff wheel tool, but I think the table saw will work better being a bit more steady.
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  • hogan234hogan234 Members Posts: 2,375 ✭✭
    I bought a pancake compressor 2 yrs ago and it's my go to tool for regripping my clubs.
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    Mizuno MP-T 51* Exsar IS-2
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