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  1. Found a couple of old school X stiff shafts. Both had been in drivers and neither has been tipped, just butt cut to length. Shipping will probably be $30 so I'd like to get $60 shipped from Canada for the pair. 1. Penley GAS 80g model. 34.25" total length 2. SMT Bassalt. 42.5" total length
  2. Same one Robert Kraft got busted in.
  3. I use a piece of orange plastic hollow driveway marker tube. I have blown up 3-4 grips and it has been fine. The amount a grip would have to expand to blow it apart is 3-4 times than what is needed to take a grip off. One of the old Shoptalk email list guys, TFlan, used a piece of leather with velcro strips to secure it on the club and never had any issues.
  4. What I use now is a Porter Cable Pancake unit that was part of a finish nail gun combo. It changed my whole world in two parts of my life, blowing on grips and installing trim in my house.
  5. You can certainly use a 12v tankless compressor for blowing on grips. I have been blowing on grips for 20yrs and started using a 12v tankless and a B&D Workmate as my clamp. I see guys saying you need to use lots of air pressure but I find 30-40psi is more than adequate. I blow over painters tape and don't use soapy water, etc and don't have a problem. On .600 butt shafts without a lot of taper(FST were always good for this) I used .580 grips on the bare shaft with no slippage issue at all.
  6. I'm sure you'll get a variety of other opinions and comments but I have never found it to matter in any way.
  7. Bad9

    5 Hybrid vs. 5 Iron

    Again its not an issue. Mechanics are the same as trying to do it with an iron.
  8. Thanks. I found the Biom 3 tighter in the toe than the original model and going up a size felt too loose. I'll have to try and find a pair of these to try on.
  9. A couple of questions, are these a low heel drop shoes like the Bioms(which were around 4mm IIRC) and how is the toe box, wide, narrow?
  10. A couple of questions, are these a low heel drop shoes like the Bioms(which were around 4mm IIRC) and how is the toe box, wide, narrow?
  11. A couple of questions, are these a low heel drop shoes like the Bioms(which were around 4mm IIRC) and how is the toe box, wide, narrow?
  12. Bad9

    5 Hybrid vs. 5 Iron

    Yes. Its not really a problem.
  13. I loved v1 with irons and around the greens but lost distance with the driver. I don't usually notice that with balls but I did with this one. If they can make it slightly longer off the tee and keep the rest of it close to the same I'd be all in. When they do show up in Canada I'll buy the double dozen to try them out. A yellow version would be even better.
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