Wood bushing ferrule is hand sanded to allow .335 inch shafts to fit woods with .365 inch to .405 inch hosels. Pack of 4.
Questions on Wood Bushing Ferrule
- From kim rochelle at 11/19/15 12:57 PM
- do you use this along with the brass shim and the standard ferrule? what I am wondering is if I can use a an older .335 fairway shaft on one of your new hybrids and still have a clean fit?
These were originally used to fill the void for TaylorMade Bubble shafts that were 0.410" tip diameter so you can use a 0.335" shaft. There was enough "meat" on the portion that went down inside of the hosel to be sanded down to as low as 0.365" for an Orlimar wood - although that took some practice to sand evenly and not break through a wall. So to answer your 1st question, no you would not use this and a brass shim (one or the other). But you could use this item if you sanded the stem down to 0.370" to fit in the hosel. Again it takes practice because there is not much material left, You may be better off using the oversized brass shim and a standard iron ferrule in your application. Note: you will have to somehow build up underneath the ferrule so it does not slide up and down and the reason why we would prefer to use the appropriate size shaft to start out with.
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