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feduher

.350 tip driver shafts?

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I will be pleased if you can tell me a good shaft driver with tip diameter .350, i need to replace one and I will prefer not to use one .335 with sleeve

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4 hours ago, feduher said:

I will be pleased if you can tell me a good shaft driver with tip diameter .350, i need to replace one and I will prefer not to use one .335 with sleeve

I suggest asking this question on a forum that does not focus on JDM golf equipment because all shafts in Japan are made to .335

.350 was created for durability btw.

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On 6/14/2017 at 3:45 PM, TourSpecGolfer said:

I suggest asking this question on a forum that does not focus on JDM golf equipment because all shafts in Japan are made to .335

.350 was created for durability btw.

Except for the shaft that came in the S-Yard T.388

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PRGR Super Egg drivers, SYard XV and T.388,  and several Yonex Drivers have .350 tips.

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The op is looking for a replacement shaft guys so if you know of .350 aftermarket shafts please advise.  

 

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On 6/14/2017 at 4:49 PM, feduher said:

I will be pleased if you can tell me a good shaft driver with tip diameter .350, i need to replace one and I will prefer not to use one .335 with sleeve

Why not just use a standard JDM shaft with a shim?

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3 hours ago, Ian-500 said:

Why not just use a standard JDM shaft with a shim?

+1

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Tour AD shafts are made in "Tip 9" which is a .350.

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Edited by donnieu
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