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  1. appreciate everyone's help on this!
  2. thanks Stuart, this was very helpful- i unscrewed the screw from the bottom and the entire adaptor came out. i can now put new shaft in. I was obviously confused, not realizing the adaptor goes all the way into the hosel. with the head snapping off i had assumed the adaptor was gone with it!
  3. you guessed wrong, i change shafts probably too often. the piece that goes into the hosel is also an adaptor? The adaptor on my shaft needs to screw into something, correct?
  4. yeah i can see how this is confusing- here are two other pictures (one of my three wood showing piece im referencing). 1C2BE590-B085-48B5-95A7-1C734DBDC95A.heic 95D65B80-0812-4BCF-8959-DEA7165EE759.heic
  5. hey folks- before i explain, i have my warranty claim in and am waiting to hear back. My driver head flew off this weekend along with the adaptor which i could not recover. I went to put in another shaft this morning and realized the female screw(def. not what its called ) inside hosel is gone. i'm sure TM will take care of me, but i have a tournament in one week and am wondering if this is an easy fix (assuming golf shop has part). Or, do you know the name of the part and if i can order it quickly? thanks everyone Thanks! Eric
  6. title says it all, please send pictures and price for quick transaction- thanks!
  7. i'm in sales at LinkedIn here in New York, i support around 50 customers with their Talent Acquisition strategy (branding, employee engagement, retention, workforce planning) Love the thread!
  8. My mid 30s have approached and i am officially (and proudly) part of the Push Cart Mafia, i am taking no further questions at this time. The Vessel Sunday 2.0 is a fantastic bag, especially if you walk. It comfortably fits 14 clubs with midsize grips, rain gear, range finder (sweet magnetic pocket), etc. Single strap, but vessel sells a great backpack strap if you want to upgrade. With that said, i'm looking to get a larger bag that sits more snugly into my new sled. Since I need a price, let's go SOLDshipped. Trade Interests (will of course add cash if needed)
  9. thanks for the heads up on the youtube videos, Sparty.
  10. interesting. i can't seem to find a guide for trimming to length for i210. is that a thing? or is it more standard to install and then butt trim to length. Appreciate your help!
  11. i don't. i've been looking for uninstalled shaft length, i guess thats not a thing huh?
  12. Hi All, I had to re-shaft my 7 iron recently. Project X lz 6.5 into ping i210, fairly straight forward. did my research and saw the shaft should be butt trimmed to 36.5-37" for standard playing length. i double checked bore depth with drill bit, pounded head in to make sure it was fully seated. Got done with build and noticed my 7 iron is longer than my 6 iron. so i pulled 6 iron head and measured shaft, its 36". I'm playing my first tournament in a month and now feel like i need to rebuild whole set/also losing my mind! I'm wondering if my research is wrong
  13. Yep, took it out onto the streets of brooklyn last night got it done!
  14. hoping to revive this thread as i'm reshafting my i210 7 iron. i'm very much a new "club builder" with limited supplies, i also live in NYC so you can imagine the space i'm working with. I measured the hosel depth by using a dril bit, then marking depth on shaft with sharpie. when dry-fitting, looks like i'm about 1/4 inch short. From what i've read above this seems to be common- how does one "jam" the shaft rest of way? I have a vice, but it's a portable one that clamps onto my kitchen counter so not the strongest.
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