Cobra Shaft Adapters F6 F7 F8 F9 , interchangeable old new

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The old Cobra Series F6,F7,F8 had their Loft Printed on the Adapter within a range of 3° plus Draw Settings. For example the F8 - 9-12°. Looking at the new F9, which came out in 9° and 10.5° , the adapter has -1,5 to +1,5 on it. That would mean that it is still the same range. My thought/question is if the " old" generation were always 10.5° .Same with the hybrids and fairwaywoods. Is it always the same and the loft is set by the clubhead ?

I came up with that because i want to put my F8 shaft in my F9 and would also try to put the fw shaft in the driver because its shorter.

I hope you can follow my thoughts and understand my english.

best regards from germany



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    The loft is set in the club head. For example, if you have the 9* F9 head and set the F8 adapter to its lowest setting, it should play 7.5. Alternately, its highest setting should play 10.5 regardless of what the number on the adapter says. Loft is determined by the head.

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