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Golf Head Screwdriver, Handheld Replace Adjustment Torque Golf Wrench Tool, Lightweight Stainless Steel Wrench Tool for Golf Club Driver Shaft Adapter

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I just picked up my first new fairway in almost 20 years after a fitting today, a TSR2, and the guy suggested that I get a torque wrench for it just in case the head or weight ever comes loose while on the course. The torque range is set with a knurled thumb wheel which allows for easy and secure setting, even when wearing gloves. However, the Club Conex wrench itself takes interchangeable bits, so with some cheap parts from Home Depot, I'm able to use it for everything but Adams stuff.

Not sure that makes it better or worse that they don’t give one every club that requires it considering the warning. As you can tell I am having a laugh with this situation, but it does not remove my disappointment in that a brand I trust and invested in, have left me feeling a little sour. But I can't find any information about what the actual torque measurement should be and there doesn't seem to be an actual "Titleist" brand torque wrench on this site. The fitting service that Titleist obviously approve of would allow me to try all possible SureFit settings.As I found out years ago when I bought my 910 driver, they only come with drivers, not hybrids or fairway metals. They no longer supply them routinely as most TT members have 3 or 4 laying around from previous purchases.

Club components should be inspected frequently, before and during play, to ensure that all connections are tight. Don't worry about exact torque tolerances, just steer clear of using a hex wrench without a way to avoid putting too much pressure on the screw. So either these wrenches have a much higher torque setting than I've seen reported or my Snap-On wrench wildly out-of-calibration. Company head office address: GOLFONLINE, WOODFIELD HOUSE, 506-508 HONEYPOT LANE, STANMORE, MIDDLESEX, HA7 1JS, U.I find it interesting that it appears to be provided with fitted drivers, but not other fitted metals.

Then again, when you think about it, there's a lot of force applied to that shaft/head junction when a ball is hit--never mind if you hit the ground on the way to the ball , so maybe it's justified.You will have the right to un-subscribe or “opt out” at any time by following the “opt out” instructions mentioned in the marketing communications. This versatile wrench is equipped with a durable steel construction and a non-slip grip handle, making it a reliable, high-performance addition to your tool collection. The environmental conditions I play in are always the same, forbid, there be any wind and I want to be able to adjust the flights of the ball. I understand I have the right to unsubscribe or update my preferences at any time by contacting TaylorMade (see privacy notice) or by following the unsubscribe instructions on company`s relevant communication.

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