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Bend epon irons

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Hello guys,

Anyone who have bent their irons flat? weak strong?

I bent mine 1,5 degrees flat all of them and might want them even more flat.. 

How many degrees strong can you bend the af901's?

I got a 19 degree but it is impossible to get a good SW if you game a shorter shaft... so maybe buy a 22 or even 25 and bend it strong to about 20? 

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I've been told you can bend forged irons up to 4* and I have done that with a set but I don't know if there's a set answer.

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as arule my clubguy wont bend any more than3   flat out says no,.3 is his maximum. he makes.more. jdm clubs that the.rest of.the world.combined, good to listen to a.master id think

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They bend easy just don't try and do the full bend in one go.

bend a couple then go again.

i did a set of p2s for a mate 5 degrees flat no worries at all.

bending flatter always easier then up

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On 16/09/2017 at 1:24 AM, supo said:

as arule my clubguy wont bend any more than3   flat out says no,.3 is his maximum. he makes.more. jdm clubs that the.rest of.the world.combined, good to listen to a.master id think

3 degrees of loft or flat? =)

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On 16/09/2017 at 2:42 AM, D22marshall said:

They bend easy just don't try and do the full bend in one go.

bend a couple then go again.

i did a set of p2s for a mate 5 degrees flat no worries at all.

bending flatter always easier then up

Cheers :)

5 is a bit much... ;) but maybe 2-3.5.. 

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