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Futura weights

 Rich71691 ·  
Rich71691Rich71691 Enough?Jr. Boomers  1957WRX Points: 0Posts: 1,957
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Is there a way I can tell If a weight is epoxied on or uses an allan wrench?<br />
thanks<br />


  • MORTOYZMORTOYZ ClubWRX  282WRX Points: 55Handicap: +0.3Posts: 282 Greens
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    For sure, I used both back in the day...<br />
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    On the bottom, you can see a hole and the small allen bolt on the changeable ones. It's usually to one side and the bolt goes through at an angle so as it is tightened, it puts a small amount of pressure on the side of the putter to hold it in place. The others are completely smooth on the bottom.<br />
    <br />
    It's that simple...<br />
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    Driver: Callaway ROGUE w/Tour AD Di-6
    3w & 5w: Callaway Epic Sub Zero w/Tour AD Di-7
    4h: Callaway Epic
    5-PW: Callaway Apex MB '18
    Wedges: 50* & 54* Mack Daddy 4, 60* Mizuno T7
    Putter: Taylormade Tour Spider
    Ball: Taylormade TP5x
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  • t8ert8er Members  683WRX Points: 104Handicap: 2Posts: 683 Golden Tee
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    I have the set screw version on my Futura right now. I can take a pic later if you need to see what it looks like.
    Ping 410 Plus Velicore 7S
    Ping 410 14.5 HZRDUS Hulk 6.5
    Ping 410 17.5 ATX Tour Proto
    Ping 410 22 Hybrid Tensei Pro TX
    Ping i210 3-PW Modus 3 120X
    Ping Glide Forged 50/55/60 Modus 125 Wedge
    Ping Blueprint 4-PW
    TM R7 Forged 3-PW
    Mizuno MP64 3-PW
    Scotty Cameron X5
    Evnroll ER1.2
    Evnroll Outback
    Ping Sigma Tyne 1 and 4
    Scotty Cameron Newport Oil Can 33/350
  • Rich71691Rich71691 Enough? Jr. Boomers  1957WRX Points: 0Posts: 1,957
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    that sounds great. I just hope I can get the weight out without having to spend anything<br />
  • Rich71691Rich71691 Enough? Jr. Boomers  1957WRX Points: 0Posts: 1,957
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    I know this doesn't sounds smart but I looked it over and realized that it was glued in, so I got my hammer and a screwdriver and hamered 3 times, very softly, and it came out. now I am happy. no marks on the putter.

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