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UPDATED 12/5 All remaining shafts are $100 or cheaper!!! Get'em while they last!! Driver length shafts: Diamana W 60 S 44 1/8" - $125 $100 PP net shipped CONUS Miyazaki Kaula Kori 6S 43.5" - $50 PP net shipped CONUS Miyazaki Kaula Mizore 6X 43.5" - $50 PP net shipped CONUS Miyazaki Kaula Mizore 6X 43.5" - $50 PP net shipped CONUS Miyazaki Kusala Black 61X 42 7/8" - $50 PP net shipped CONUS Fairway wood length shafts: Fire Express Proto 2014 ver.1 F3 42 1/8" - $125 $100 PP net shipped CONUS Fire Express BX70 F2 41.75" - $100 $75 PP net shipped CONUS Diamana 'Ahina 6X 42" - $50 PP net shipped CONUS Diamana W 80 S Prototype (all black) 41 7/8" $50 PP net shipped CONUS
RLL33 posted a topic in Buy, Sell, & TradeSOLD *** BEAST FOR SALE : JBEAM BULLET driver with Seven Dreamers shaft *** SOLD This thing has snarled at me from my office closet for too long. It wants to be let out. It's THE beast from JBeam: high toe, compact, laser etched face, and mint. It's been hit less than the number of fingers on your glove. The Seven Dreamers shaft was made for me, and has never left my possession. It's 60g in the S/R flex low-to-mid trajectory profile -- an intentionally interesting combo with the higher loft head, which is 11-deg . So the howitzers it sends out are mid-flight despite the the higher loft head, and the result is easier to control penetrating LONG blasts that have enormous roll out. I won't separate the head from the shaft, so please don't ask. I'd rather keep the whole thing than change this experiment in configuration which is looking for somebody who will appreciate and take care of it. It's the original head cover and the grip is the Iomic Art Series Sticky Opus. Length plays to 45 1/4". $909.00 SOLD PayPal net. Contl US free shipping. International might be additional depending ( Price is 1/2 what this baby cost... ) PM with any questions.
Ok. I understand (not 100%) why Seven Dreamer's shafts, cost the pretty that they do and what you are paying for at each level. With that being said, if I didn't want to go that route, but still get a nice high-end performance shaft from Japan, that was a strong second choice what would it be? Mind you, realistically, if I had the money to spend, not sure I'd go SD's route because I am a bit rough with my gear. It stays in my car because I don't have space for them yet. I'm asking this because I'm very surprised that they are still making shafts for these prices after being away from the forums for a while now. Mabey I shouldn't be, but I am. Hell, I'm tripping that Epon is no longer on TSG's website!!!! Plus, SD is selling a $10,000 golf bag?!?! I'm crying trying to get a $500-$600 WinWin Style bag! LOL! Seriously, if you can't bite the bullet on SD's shafts, what else would be the next in line as far as tech and innovation.